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COPYRIGHT 1937 

ALEX DOREMUS 

J. C. A. Business Manager 

LESLIE YOUNGBLOOD 

A. R. C. Business Manager 



The Student Body of 

JUNIOR COLLEGE 
OF AUGUSTA 

and the 

ACADEMY OF 
RICHMOND COUNTY 

AUGUSTA, GEORGIA 




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DEDICATION 



To Albert F. Simpson, the staff of the 1937 
"Rdinbow" dedicates this volume — a token 
of appreciation for his tireless efforts to pro- 
mote student activities, for his inspirational 
instruction in the class room and on the 
athletic fields, and for his thoroughly whole- 
some fellowship with the students and 
colleagues. 










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FOREWORD 



In this volume the staff of the "Rainbow" attempts to give an 
accurate picture of life on the campus of the Junior College of 
Augusta and the Academy of Richmond County. The task was 
great, with heavy responsibilities, but we have tried to reflect 
credit on our school. If we have failed, our only compensation 
lies in the knowledge that we have done our best. We hope, 
as the years pass, that this book will be a source of ever recurr- 
ing pleasure, as it recalls memories of student interests and 
activities during the year 1936-37. 



THE THEME 



The military phase of our schoo': is admittedly rich in achievement and 
tradition. The staff of the "Rainbow" has therefore attempted to set forth 
in this year's publication some of the high-lights of the school's military 
history. We respectfully call attention to the chronological list of facts given 
below, as an aid to appreciation of the spirit of the 1937 "Rainbow." 

1783 — Chartered by General Assembly of State of Georgia. 

1785 — Opened on Bay Street. 

1791 — Examination of students attended by President George Washington. 

1796-98 — Wm. H. Crawford, later Secretary of War, a teacher at Academy. 

1802 — Academy moved to Telfair Street. 

1863 — Building taken over by Confederate authorities for military hospital. 

1868 — Academy made essentially a military unit. 

1873 — Military discontinued. 

1882 — Military department restored under Captain J. O- Clark. 

1888 — Again discontinued. 

1898 — Military department resumed under Major George P. Butler. 

1925 — Military unit converted into Junior R.O.T.C. Unit by U. S. Government 

1935-6-7 — Winner of Hearst Trophy for three consecutive years. 




"* CONTENTS 

• ADMINISTRATION 

• CLASSES 

• MILITARY 

• FEATURES 

• ATHLETICS 

• ACTIVITIES 




Book One 



ADMINISTRATION 



EXECUTIVES 



EXECUTIVES 





James Lister Skinner, B. S., E. E. 

B. S., Alabama Polytechnic Institute, 1908: E. E., Albama Polytechnic 
Iif(stitute, 1909; Columbia University Summer School, 1921; Assistant in Electric 
Kaboratrry, Alabama Polytechnic Institute, 1908-09; Instructor in Mathematics and 
Electrical Engineering, Alabama Polytechnic Institute, 1909-10: Instructor in 
Mathematics and Physics, Alabama Polytechnic Institute, 1910-11; Superintendent, 
Electric Light, V/cter and Gas Plants, Eufaula, Ala., 1911-15; Mathematics and 
Physics, The Academy of Richmond County, 1915-26: Assistant Principal, Academy 
of Richmond County, 1924-26; Dean, Academy of Richmond County and The 
unior College of Augusta, 1926-30; President, The Academy of Richmond County 
and the Junior College of Augusta, 1930-. 



EXECUTIVES 




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Eric West Hard/, A. B, A. M. 

A. B., Furraan University, 1908; A. M., University of Chicago, 1911; Graduate 
Student, University of Chicago, 1908-09; Pi Gamma Mu; Instructor in History and 
Economics, Ouchita College, 1909-10; Graduate Student', University of Chicago, 
1910-11; Headmaster, Fork Union Military Academy, 1911-14; Dean and Acting 
President, Bessie Tift College for Women, 1915-18; Academy of Richmond County, 
1920-26; Instructoi, American Institute of Banking, 1930-34; The Junior College 
of Augusta, 1926-30; Dean, The Academy of Richmond County and The Junior 
College of Augusta, 1930-. 




Board of Trustees, The Academy of Richmond County 

BRYAN CU AIMING TRESIDENT 

JOHN PHINIZY VICE-PRESIDENT 

WARREN BOTHWELL ..... SECRETARY-TREASURER 

LANDON THOMAS E. C. B. DANFORTH, JR. 

FERDINAND PHINIZY W- MONTGOMERY HARRISON 

Officers of Board of Education 

T. J. FENDER PRESIDENT 

H. L. MURPHEY VICE-PRESIDENT 

S. D. COPELAND SEC. AND SUPT. OF SCHOOLS 

High School and Junior College Committee 

MRS. BEN E. LESTER , , CHAIRMAN 

E. M. GAY H. L. MURPHEY 

R. T. MOORE T. M. NICKLES 

MRS. J. F. MULLIGAN J. J. HARBIN 



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Ph. B. 








AOGUgyi^^f'AI^RSON 



3ERMAN, FRENCH 




MARGARET BAILIE 

LIBRARIAN 



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KATHARINE P. BOGGS 
B. S. 

EDUCATION 




GEORGE LANGSTON BOLTON 
B. S. 

CHEMISTRY 




MARION TURNER BRYSON 
A. B. 

SCIENCE 



SENIORITY 



MR. KENNEDY 1913 



PRESIDENT SKINNER 



MR. CORDLE 



MR. BRYSON 



MR. SCRUGGS 



MR. EUBANKS 



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1917 



1917 



1919 




FACULTY 



SENIORITY 



DEAN HARDY 1920 



MR. MITCHELL 1920 



K'R. McDonald 



1920 



MR. MARKER! 1921 



MR. BUCKNER 1922 



JAMES MORGAN BUCKNER 
B. S., M. S. 

MATHEMATICS 



O'NEAL W. CHANDLER 
B. S. 

SCIENCE 




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MR. READ 



1922 




ELMO CLYDE 
A. B. 

MATHEMATICS 



CHARLES GUY CORDLE 
A. B., M. A. 



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GEORGE MARTIN DASHER 

WOODWORK, MANUAL TRAINING 






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ELROY DU PUIS 
A. B., M. A. 

ENGLISH 




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FACULTY 




LOUISE DYESS 
B. S. 

ART 



SENIORITY 



MR. SCOTT 1922 



MR. HAINS 1923 




JOHN MARSHALL ELLIS 
A. B., M. S., Ph. D. 







CHARLES MARTIN ETHEREDGE 
A. B. 

MAtfHEHATICS, E*ietISHrpCONOMlCS 




JOHN EVANS EUBANKS 
A. B., M. A. 

LATIN, GOVERNMENT, PSYCHOLOGY 



jh C. (^.«^<*»<-f»<. 




GEORGE WAYNE EWING 
B/ 



B^L/GY, MATHEIMJICS, GENERAL 
SCTCNCE 





HERMAN McDonald felder 

A. B. 

ENGLISH 



MR. DASHER 



1924 



MR. B. R. SMITH 1924 



MR. CHANDLER 



1925 



MR. ALLEN 1926 




FACULTY 



SENIORITY 



MISS BOGGS 



DR. ELLIS 



MR. SUTTON 



1926 



1926 



1926 



MR. TALLEY 1926 



MR. ETHEREDGE 1927 



MR. GRIFFIN 



1927 




NORMAN L. GALLOWAY 
B. S., M. A. 

.'SYCHOLOGY, EDUCATIOK, HISTORY, 
ECONOMICS 



ROBERT EMIL GRESSETTE 
A. B. 

HISTORY, CITIZENSHIP 





LUTHER ALFRED GRIFFIN 
B. S., M. S. 

BIOLOGY, BOTANY 



JOHN THOMAS HAINS 
B. S. 

MATHEMATICS 



FRANK MOORE HARRISS 
A. B. 



ENGLISH, HIST' 



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JOHN DAVID HUGHEY, JR, 
B. A. /) h\ 

HISTORY,! CITIZE: 








FACULTY 




WILLIAM REDDING KENNEDY 

COMMERCE 



SENIORITY 



MR. RIDGWAY 199,7 




DOMENICK MARION LINCUL 
Band Master Degree 



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JAMES CURTIS LUCKY 
B. S. 



MATHEMATIC 



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WILLIAM LEROY MADEN 
A. B., M. A. 

FRENCH 





VERNON MADDOX 
B. S. 

COMMERCE 



ANTON PAUL MARKERT 
B. S., M. A. 

MATHMATICS 



MR. SIMPSON 1927 



MR. OWENS 1928 



MR. ROBERTSON 1928 



MR. MADEN 1929 



MR. ROYSTON 1929 



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FACULTY 



SENIORITY 



MR. BOLTON 1930 



MR. GALLOWAY 1930 



MISS BAILIE 1931 



MR. GRESSETTE 1931 



MR. McDowell i93i 



MR. LUCKY 1933 





JOSEPH GEORGE McDONALD 
Ph. B., C. P. A. 

MATHEMAJJCS 



DAVID FRANKLIN McDOWELL 
A. B., M. A. 

SPANISH 




MR. ANDERSON 



1934 




WLLLIAM CLARENCE McGEE 

Sergeant 

ass't. p. m. s. s t. 



CHARLES HAROLD MITCHELL 
A. B., M. A. 

ENGLISH 




AUBURN GABELLE OWENS 
A. B. 

JSH, HISTORY 




JOHN WILSON O'DANIEL 
Major Infantry 
p. M. s. s T. 







FACULTY 





HENRY OSGOOD READ 
Ph. B., M. A. 

ENGLISH 



SENIORITY 



MISS DYESS 1934 




GEORGE HoKaC^ rJPGWAI! 
A. B. 

CHEMISTRY 



MR. EWING 1934 



MISS MERTINS 1934 



MR. DUPUIS 1935 



MR. MADDOX 1935 



SERGEANT McGEE 1935 




MR. CLYDE • 1936 



JOE MAYS ROBERTSON 

B. S. 

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ASBURY ROYSTON 
B. S. C. 

history 





GEORGE MILTON SCOTT 
A. B., B. Lit., M. A. 



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CHESTER A. SCRUGGS 
A. B., M. A. 

CHEMISTRY 



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FACULTY 



SENIORITY 



MR. FELDER 1936 



MR. HARRISS 



!.:r. HUGHEY 



1936 



1936 



MR. LINCUL 1936 



:03. O'DANIEL 1936 



MR. NORMAN SMITH 1936 



MR. TEMPLETON 1936 



ALBERT FRANKLIN SIMPSON 
A. B., M. A. 

HISTORY, GOVERNMENT 



BENJAMIN ROY SMITH 
A. B. 

HISTORY, CIVICS 



NORMAN CARLOS SMITH 
B. S. 

DRAVlfING, MATHEMATICS 




CHESTER McKENLEY KU,TTON 
A. B., M. JCJ^ 

ENGLISI*-' 
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JOSEPH LECONTE TALLEY 
B. S., M. S. 

PHYSICS, MATHEMATICS 





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WILLIAM EIDSON TEMPLETON 
A. B. 

COMMERCE 





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Book Two 



CLASSES 




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ALEX DOREMUS .... President 

ALVA COOPER . . Secretary 

CHARLES FORTUNE 

HELEN BOARDMAN 



HARRY MOBLEY 
JACK FORTUNE . 
. Student Council 
Student Council 



Vice-President 
Treasurer 



J. C. A. SOPHOMORE 





BAILIE 
BELL 

BOARDMAN 
BROWN 



CATER 
CHISOLM 
CLARY 
COOPER 



MARTHA BAILIE 
Chemistry Club 1; Glee Club 2. 

WARREN BELL 

HELEN C, BOARDMAN 

Student Pouncil Secretary 2; Editor-in- 
Chiel "Rainbow" 2; Literary Society, 
Secretary 2; Glee Club 2; Chemistry 
Club 1; Honor 1; Phi Theta Kappa 2; 
Stunt Night 1, 2; Elected "Most Fashion- 
able Freshman" 1. 

LENORA BROWN 

Valedictorian 2; Phi Theta Kappa 2, 
Vice President; Highest Honor 1; Mus- 
keteer Staff 2; Chemistry Club 2. 



ERMINE D CATER 

Basketball I, 2, Varsity Club 2; Cheer 
Leader 2; Glee Club 1, 2; Stunt Night 
1, 2; Elected "Most Fashionable Sopho- 
more 2; Spanish Club 1, 2. 

LELAND D CHISOLM 

THOMAS CLARY 
Rho Chi 1. 2; Treasurer 2; J. G A. 

ALVA H. COOPER 

Secretary of Class 2; Sabre Club 1, 2; 
Captain R. O. T. C. 2; J. C. A. Hi-Y I, 2; 
Vice-President 1; Managing Editor Mus- 
keteer 1; Hi-Y Basketball League 1; Pre- 
Law Club 2; Chemistry Club I; Glecj 
Club 1, 2. 



J. C. A. SOPHOMORES 



CRESON 
DAVIDSON 
DAVIS 
DAVIS 



DAVISON 
DICKSON 
DOREMUS 

DUNAWAY 




CAROLYN CRESON 

Glee Club 1, 2; President 2; High 
Honor; Phi Theta Kappa 2; Literary So- 
ciety 2. 

ADA FRANCES DAVIDSON 

Orchestra 1; Chemistry Club 1; Liter- 
ary Society 1, 2; Highest Honor 1; Bas- 
ketball 2; Glee Club 2; Musketeer Staff 
2; Phi Theta Kappa. 

GRACE DAVIS 
Glee Club 1; Chemistry Club 1. 

MILDRED DAVIS 



VINCENT DAVISON 
BELVA DICKSON 

ALEX DOREMUS 

President of Class 2; Treasurer of 
Class 1; President Student Council 2; 
Lieutenant-Colonel R. O. T. C. 2; Cap--^ 
tain 1; Winner of Sheridan Sabre 1; Sa- 
bre Club 1; Secretary 2; J. C. A. Hi-Y, 
Secretary 1; Treasurer 2; "Rainbow" 
Staff; Literary Editor 1; Business Man- 
ager 2; Gold "R"; Pre-Law Club, Vice- 
President 1; President 2; Phi Theta 
Kappa Secretary. 

SARAH DUNAWAY 
Glee Club 1; High Honor 1; Phi Theta 
Kappa 2. 



J. C. A. SOPHOMORES 






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ELLISON 
ELIXSON 
EVANS 
FARR 



FLORENCE 
FOLSOM 
FORTUNE 
FORTUNE 



ROBERT GORDON ELLISON 



Rho Chi 1, 2; President 2; J. C. A. Hi-Y 
2; Secretary 2; High Honor 1; Phi Theta 
Kappa, President. 



JAMES ELIXSON 

First Lieutenant R. O. T. C. 1; Sabre 
Club I; J. C. A. Hi-Y 2; Pre-Law Club 
1; Glee Club 1. 



WILLIAM EVANS 

Chemistry Club 1; High Honor 1; Phi 
Theta Kappa. 



CHARLES FARR 

Literary Society 1; Annual Staff, Art 
Editor 1; Pre-Law Club 2; Glee Club 1 
2. 



NANCY FLORENCE 



Basketball 1, 2; Literary Society 2; 
Secretary 2; Honor 1. 

ALVA FOLSOM 
Chemistry Club. 

CHARLES K. FORTUNE 

Student Council, Vice-President 2; 
Captain, R. O. T. C. 2; Sabre Club I, 2; 
Treasurer 2; Tennis Team 1, 2; Baskat- 
ball League. 

JACK FORTUNE 

Treasurer of Class 2; President of 
Class 1; Treasurer of Student Council 1; 
Gold "R" Society; Captain R. O. T. C. 1, 
2; Sabre Club; Tennis Team 1, 2; Most 
Popular in Superlative Contest 1, 2. 



FROST 
GEPFERT 
GLICKERT 
GRACEY 



GRIZZELL 

GUNN 

HARBESON 

HARDIN 




BARNEY FROST 


ROY GRIZZELL 




VIRGINIA GEPFERT 






Basketball 1, 2; Tennis 1; Spanish 
Club 1. 


VERA GUNN 




ROBERT WINSLOW GLICKERT 


VIVIAN HARBESON 




Hi-Y 1; Tenriis Team 1, 2; Winner Ten- 
nis Tournament 1; Law Club 1; J. C. A. 
Literary Society. 


WILLIAM HARDIN 




ROBERT GRACEY 






Major R. O. T. C. 1, 2; Sabre Club 
1, 2; Rifle Team 1, 2; J. C. A. Hi-Y 1, 2; 
Treasurer 2; Military Editor of Rainbow 
1. 




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J. C. A. SOPOHMORES 







GEORGE HARDY 

EDNA HARRELL 

Basketball 1, 2; Winner of "Stunt 
Night" 1, 2. 

JULIA HARRELL 
Literary Society 2; Chemistry Club 1 

EDNA MARY HIGHTOWER 
Basketball 1. 



MARY HILL 
Literary Society 2. 

MARVIN HOLLEY 

ELIZABETH HOWARD 

Basketball I, 2; Stunt Night 1, 2; 
Elected "Most Beautiful Sophomore". 

JAMES HUNGERPILLAR 

Debating Team 2; Vice-President of 
Glee Club 2; J. C. A, Law Club, Pres- 
ident 1; Winner Mullarky Medal for Ora 
tory 1; Stunt Night 2; Male Chorus 2. 



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J. C/A. SOPepMORES 



ILDERTON 
JOE 

JONES 
JORDAN 




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KELLY 

KITCHENS 

LACKMAN 

LAWRENCE 




EVA B. ILDERTON 
ELIZABETH JOE 

RANDOLPH JONES 

Pre-Law Club 1, 2; Treasurer 2; Sports 
Editor Musketeer I, 2; J. C. A. Basket- 
ball League 1; J. C. A. Hi-Y 2; First 
Lieutenant, R. O. T. C. 2; Sabre Club 2. 

JACK JORDAN 
J. C. A. Golf Team 1, 2; J. C. A. Hi-Y. 



MARGARET KELLY 
Honor 1; Phi Theta Kappa 2. 

WILLIAM C. KITCHENS 

Gold "R" Society; Rho Chi; Hi-Y; 
Sabre Club; Major R. O. T. C; Varsity 
Club; Riile Team; Glee Club. 

DOROTHY LACKMAN 

Secretary of Class 1; Basketball 1, 2; 
Cheer Leader 2; Annual Staff 2; Glee 
Club I, 2; Phi Theta Kappa 2. 

JOYCE LAWRENCE 
Basketball 1, 2; Glee Club 1. 






J. C. A. SOPHOMORES 




LAZENBY 



MANDT 



MARSHALL 



MARTIN 



McLENDON 

MOBLEY 

MORGAN 

MUSTIN 













DOROTHY LAZENBY 


MILDRED McLENDON 






"Rainbow" Staff 1, 2; Art Editor 1; 








Literary Editor 2; Glee Club 1, 2; Pub- 


HARRY MOBLEY 






licity Manager 2; Literary Editor Mus- 


Cadet Colonel 2; Captain R. O. T. C. 






keteer 1; J. C. A. Literary Society 1, 2; 


1; Treasurer Sabre Club 1; President 2; 






Program Chairman 2; High Honor 1; Phi 


Vice-President of Class 2; J. C. A.; Pre- 






Theta Kappa; National Council Repre- 


Law Club, Secretary 2; Basketball 






sentative. 


League 1; Glee Club. 






VALERIE MANDT 


SARA MORGAN 






Basketball Manager 2; Glee Club 1. 


MARGUERITE MUSTIN 






GEORGE MARSHALL 


Stunt Night; Elected "Most Fashion- 






First Lieutenant R. O. T. C-, Sabre 


able Sophomore." 






Club; Chemistry Club I; "Rainbow" 








Staff. 








MARION MARTIN 








High Honor 1; Phi Theta Kappa. 






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PHOMORES 



McELMURRAY 
McFADEN 
McLARTY 
POLLARD 




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POPKIN 
PRESCOTT 
READ 
REDD 





LILLIAN McELMURRAY 

DAN McFADEN 

Captain in Band 1, 2; Sabre Club I. 
2; Intra-mural Basketball League 1; Ten- 
nis Team 1, 2; Pre-Law Club 1; Orches- 
tra 1, 2. 

ROBERT McLARTY 

V/inner of Battey Medal for Oratory 
1; Pre-Law Club I, 2; Vice-President 2; 
Literary Society I, 2; Glee Club 2. 

WARREN POLLARD 



HERMAN POPKIN 

Glee Club 2; Literary Society 2; Span- 
ish Club I; Honor 1. 



ELIZABETH PRESCOTT 
OLA MAE READ 

PATRICK REDD 

Major R. O. T. C. 2; Vice-President 
Sabre Club; President of J. C. A. Hi-Y; 
Law Club, 



J. C. A. SOPHOM< 




REID 

RHODES 

RICHARDS 

ROPER 



RUTHERFORD 

SAYE 

SHERIDAN 

SMITH 



HATTIE MINA REID 
Literary Society 2. 

GEORGE T. RHODES 

Vice-President of Class 1; Gold "R ' 
Society; First Lieutenant R. O. T, C. 1; 
Sabre Club 1; Pre-Law Club 1, 2; Hi-Y 
1; Debating Club 2; Spanish Club 1; 
Manager Junior College Tennis Team 2. 

JULIA RICHARDS 

FRANCES ROPER 



CAMILLA RUTHERFORD 

Chemistry Club 1; Spanish Club 1; 
Glee Club 2; Literary Society 1, 2; High- 
est Honor I; Musketeer Staff 2; Phi 
Theta Kappa 2. 

SAM SAYE 

Orchestra 1, 2; Pre-Law Club 2; Lit- 
erary Society 2; Honor 1. 

LIDDON SHERIDAN 
J. C. A. Literary Society 1; Honor L 

CONRAD SMITH 



J. C. A. SOPHOMORES 




FRED SCOTT 

I. C. A. Hi-Y 1, 2; Treasurer 1; Pre- 
Law Club 1, 2; President 1; Literary So- 
ciety 1; Glee Club, Librarian 2. 

ROY STEED 



MARY LOUISE TOOLE 

SAM TYSON 

Chemistry Club 1; J. C. A. Literary 
Society 1, 2; Pre-Law Club 1; Business 
Manager Musketeer 1, 2. 



EDWARD STELLING 

Captain R. O. T. C. 2; Sabre Club 2; 
Honor 1; Spanish Club 1; Chemistry 
Club 1; Pre-Law Club 1; Literary So- 
ciety 2. 

LUCILE THOMAS 



SARA WALLACE 

Glee Club 2; Spanish Club 1; Chem- 
istry Club 1. 

RUTH WALLER 

Golf 1, 2; Treasurer Literary Society 
2; Basketball 1, 2; Glee Club 1, 2; Chem- 
istry Club 1; Honor I. 



J. C. A. SOPHOMORES 



"'All-Us^ In Wonderland" 

(^^'ith Apolngies to Lewis Carro';!) 

One sunny morning when humming bees and warm winds made one drowsy, "All-us" lay in 
the shade of a great tree. Suddenly a dapper little rabbit with a slight moustache on his upper lip 
and an English book under his arm scurried past. He \\as looking at his watch and murmuring some- 
thing about nine o'clock on registration day. "All-u-," forsook the comforts and laxity of the summer 
day to follow this cjueer little rabbit into a massive building, down long corridors with many doors 
on each side. 

This building was found to contain the queerest sights that "All-us" had ever seen, and many 
days were spent there. On the first floor was a room filled with all kinds of food. This food made one 
feel a'.l out of shape, particularly the currant rolls. 

"A!l-us" discovered a very large room presided over by the Mad Hatter, who had a passion for 
j)uns, and the Dodo, a pink-faced bird with spectacles on his beak. These two made many announce- 
ments, which did nothing but confuse "All-us" terrib'y, and the Dormouse took full advantage of all 
opportunities to catch up on his public speaking practice (when he wasn't asleep). 

Another silly sight was the wise and serious old caterpillar, who' sat on a mushroom (or was it a 
Musketeer?) smoking a pipe and asking questions that even he couldn't answer. Then there was the 
Duchess, who was found on the third floor, nursing and "shushing" her noisv, sneezing children. 

"A;l-us" became quite angry. These people were so very queer and there was so much confusion. 
However, in two years, much can be, and was, learned. This nightmare, which came on the night of 
registration day, had little effect on the good record that "All-us" of the class of "il helped to establish. 



Prophecy 

Dear Ada : 

I ran over to Paris a few weeks ago to do some shopping and also to attend the European debut 
of Mme. Carolyn Creson in "La Boheme." Someone in the next box at the opera applauded as much as 
I, and when I turned, I was downright thrilled to discover Helen Boardman. She introduced me to her 
husband, Sheik Abbadalabba, who is ambassador from Arabia. 

Helen enthusiastically recommended me to her personal designer, Madame Mustin, who really 
designs quite striking gowns. In the "shoppe" I picked up a U. S. newspaper and saw that Jim Hunger- 
pillar and Robert McLarty are political candidates for the Presidency, and to think we "knew them 
when." Also on the next page I happened to see an article by The R. H. Lillian McElmurra}', only 
woman senator. 

Across the street I discovered "Chateau De Henna," owned by another classmate of ours, Valerie 
Mandt. You would never recognize her with her brilliantly tinted curls! 

One of my fellow passengers on the boat home was Wm. C. Kitchens, that famous philanthropist, 
wide-y known for endowing orphan asylums. He told me that Martha Bailie and her army husband 
have been transferred to the Philippines. While talking, we stumbled over Bobby Glickert, who was 
scrubbing the deck. He announced he had joined the navy to see the world. 

The day after I arrived home, I rushed around to my interior decorating establishment to be sure 
all was running smoothly. On my new customers' list were several names from "home." Among them 
were Robert Gracey, who is now "Uncle Ezra" on the Bedtime Hour for Herman Popkin's Kiddie Shoppe. 
Mrs. Astorbilt, nee Mary Hill; Robert Ellison, world renowned physician, who discovered that the feet, 
rather than the heart, are the center of motion. 

Sara Wallace has been visiting me for several days, and seems intrigued with her work as Patsy 
Kelly's stand-in. While in New York, she ordered an emerald ring from Tiffany's. The salesman told 
her that Elizabeth Joe is now modeling jewelry on her lovely hands. 

If you go through Augusta on the way to Palm Beach for the winter season, don't forget to write 
me the news of the old home town. 

As ever, 

Camilla. 

P. S. Before Sara left we saw Joyce Lawrence compete for the Woman's International chamjiion- 
ship and win it. 



J. C. A. SOPHOMORES ' 

Prophecy 



Dear Camil'.a : 

You asked for news ; here goes ! I was invited to a "swanky" affair at the Cokjnial home of the 
Socialite Hattie Mina Reid, hast Tuesday night. There were more than a few celebrities present. 
Ruthie Wa.ler, the second Dorothy Dix, with her "Advice To The Lovelorn," was in one corner con- 
versing with .\lva Cooper, sophisticated man about town, and Grace Davis, who discovered that the 
Fountain of Youth is giggling.A silence fell as Her Excellency, Lenora Brown, Governess of Georgia, 
entered on the arm of her press-agent, Randolph Jones. At the table, I sat between "Pete" n-njson, 
who has taken Mr. Allen's place as French professor, and George Hardy, newly elected Dean of 
J C. A. Across the table sat Margaret Kelly, who is German professt)r at J. C. A. smceMr. Anderson 
liked German well enough to settle down there with a fraulein. At her right was Barney Frost, ta.king 
animatedly about his botanical discoveries made in Guatamala, which puzz.e even Mr. Griffin. At her 
left was George "Dusty" Rhodes, the inventor of revolving dance floors, which save walking around 
between pieces, and his chief salesman Warren Pollard. Also at the party were Mildred Davis, Sara 
Dunawav, Mary Hamilton, Mary Louise Toole, Ola Mae Read, and Mildred McClendon, who teach at 
the Galloway-Eubanks Psychological Listitute. Chief topics of conversation were the marriage of Alex 
Doremus to a fabulously wealthy old widow, whom he vows to love for her money and wrinkles, and 
the new book, "How to Ho:d a \V'ife" by "five times married" Marvin Holley. Late arrivals to the 
party were Dorothy Lazenby, commercial artist fo: the Hearnosciueaks Bed-Spring Co., Liddon Sheri- 
dan, Baptist minister, who is sponsoring a campaign to send Virginia Hall and William Hardin as 
missionaries to China ; Ed Stealing and Pat Redd, who run a flourishing date-bureau ; and Irene Weath- 
ers, inventor of smokeless cigarettes and chewless chewing gum. Feminine hearts fluttered when Roy 
Steed, the second Clark Gable, entered with Frances Roper, J. C. A. librarian. Our hostess suggested 
that we all go to the super-colossal show at the Hippodrome, recently erected by Alva P^olsom. On the 
way. Alva Cooper told me confidentially that Harry Mobley may be commissioned as Major-General 
soon. 

The first act consisted of Conrad Smith and his famous man-eating lions. Then came Eva Ilder- 
ton in a breath-taking tight-rope dance. Warren Bell on the f.ying trapeze floated through the air with 
the greatest of ease. William Evans exhibited his two-headed giant, which he discovered in Africa 
amid much admiration from the audience. The former "Follies" beauty, Mary Hightower, sat in the 
box ofifice, selling tickets. The climax of this Spectacular Entertainment was the "I Haunt U" Spook 
Show, chief spook of which was Fred Scott. Vera Gunn, Jane Copeland, and Julia Richards were hair- 
raising as headless triplets. Roy Grizzell rattled around as the skeleton. 

The next morning I left for Palm Beach. On the train I chatted with Elizabeth Prescott, the world 
famous Lady Cop, who was on her way to spend a week with Sara Morgan and her husband in their 
modernistic farm house. 

When I arrived in Palm Beach, I was astounded to find that Marian Martin had instigated an 
intellectual revolution by her refusal to speak anything but Latin. In the station I met Chief Justice 
of the Supreme Court, the R. H. Samuel Eugene Tyson with his private secretary Julia Harreli. While 
lunching with them, I saw Elizabeth Howard, who is known around the world as "the girl on the 
cover" of the most elite magazines. One tires quickly of Palm Beach ; therefore I decided to motor 
to Davtona to see Belva Dixon, woman automobilest, defy death by driving 500 miles per hour. By the 
roadside was a huge sign which read, "Jack Jordan's Deaf and Dumb School." Edna Harreli and 
Lucille Thomas, Physical Directors. 

By far the most famous night club in Daytona is run by Charles Farr. I insisted upon going 
there. Ermine Cater with her husky voice is making a big hit as a blues singer. The orchestra leader 
winked ; and upon looking closely, I discovered that he was none other than Dan McFaden. Sam Saye 
arose just then to perform a saxaphone solo, which detracted my attention from Dan. At 1 o'clock the 
Floor Show began. A lovely ballroom number was executed gracefully by — guess ! Jack Fortune, 
Nancy Florence, Charles Fortune, and Dorothy Lackman. Immediately afterwards, that famous vaude- 
vi.le team of Thomas Clarey, George Marshall, and Sim Morris began their wise-cracking. Glancing at 
the next table I beheld Leland Chisolm, Daytona Fire Chief, with his guests Virginia Gepfert and her 
wealthy fiance, whom I later met. 

There is nothing more to say, for I know you must be worn out by this epistle. Should I 
discover any more interesting news, I will write. 

Love, 

Ada. 



TCA FRESHMEN 




}CA FRESHMEN 




J. C. A. Freshmen Officers 

WILLIAM KENNEDY . . , President HAZEL JACKSON 
FRANK CARSTARPHEN . . Secretary AL. MORRIS . . 

GORDON KELLY . . . Student Council 

CHARLIE STULB . . . Student Council 



Vice-President 
Treasurer 



J. C. A. FRESHMEN 




'^tA MARGARET BROOME 
Literary Society; Hi-Y-W. 



VIOLA BROWN 



IVERSON BRYANS 



BRUE CHANDLER 



MARTHA COOPER 

Literary Society; Glee 
Club; Musketeer Staff; Hi- 
Y-W. 



FLORENCE ANDERSON 
Literary Society. 



MARY BARNES 

Literary Society; Glee 
Club; Hi-Y-W. 



LEOLINE BLACK 

Literary Society; Glee 
Club;- Hi-Y-W. 



KATHRYN BRYAN 



T. BRYNGELSON FRANK CARSTARPHEN 

Glee Club; Sabre Club; 
2nd Lieutenant R. O. T. C. 



ANNABEL CORLEY 

Literary Society; Glee 
Club; Hi-Y-W. 



SARA BAILEY 
Li'.erary Society. 



BEN BARNARD 
Chemistry Club. 



FANNIE BATTEY 

Chemistry Club; Literary 
Society. 



MARK BAYNHAM 



LORINE C. BLACK 



SARA BOLGLA 
."7"ary Society; G'ee 



Cub. 




J. C. A. FRESHMEN 



ANN COTTER 

Literary Sociely; Glee 
Oub. 



HUBERT CRAWFORD 

Literary Society; Con- 
tributor to Musketeer. 



ROBERT E. DALEY 



ANDREW COVAR 
Lieuterant, R. O. T, C. 



AMELIA CRAIG 
Basketball: Glee Club 



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ALLEN CUTTS 

Literary Society: Athletic 
Editor of Musketeer; Bas- 
ketball. 



STEVE DRANE 



ESTELLE DAITCH 
Glee Club. 



ELEANOR DUNBAR 




FRANK DURST 
Chemistry Club. 



GENE EVANS 



ELIZABETH FARR 
Basketball; Glee Club. 



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CECILS FIELDER 


AUTRELL FLETCHER 


VIVIAN FOSTER 


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Literary Society; Glee 
Club. 




Literary Society. 


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HENRY GARRETT 


ALBERT GARY 


STANLEY GILLMAN 


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Sabre Club; Lieutenant 
R. O. T. C; J. C. A. Pre- 
Law Club. 





J. C. A. FRESHMEN 




CHARLES GWINN 



HENRY HAMMOND 



CHARLES HOUSTON 

Editor-in-Chief of "Rain- 
bow": Pre-Law Club; Gold 
"R" Society; Literary So- 
ciety. 




JOHN R. HALL 

Captain, R. O. T. C; 
J. C. A. Hi-Y; Pre-Law 
Club; Sabre Club. 



T. I, HEFFERNAN 



THOMAS HOWARD 



MARGARET HALL 



MAX HILL 

Golf Team; Chemistry 
Club; Literary Society. 



CLARENCE IRWIN 

J. C. A. Hi-Y; Literary 
Society; Glee Club. 



HAZEL JACKSON 

Vice-President of J. C. A. 
Freshman Class. 



JESSIE JONES 

Literary Society; Glee 
Club. 



MEYER KREISBERG 

Sabre Club; Lieutenant 
R. O. T. C. 



WILLIAM JAKES 

Captain, R. O, T. C; Sa- 
bre Club; Rifle Team; J. 
C. A, Hi-Y; Pre-Law Club; 
Varsity Club. 



GORDON KELLY 

First Lieutenant R.O.T.C; 
Sabre Qub; Gold "R" So- 
ciety; Student Council: Pre 
Law Club. 



JACK KREWSON 



LORENE JENNY 
Literary Society; Hi-Y-W. 



WILLIAM R. KENNEDY 

President, ]. C. A. Fresh- 
man Class; J. C. A. Hi-Y; 
Pre-Law Club; Manager 
and Member of Golf Team; 
Gold "R" Society; Student 
Council. 



ELIZABETH LAMKIN 
Glee Club. 




JOSEPH LANSDELL 



JESSE LEVER 

Second Lieutenant R. O. 
T. C. 



s. J. LEWIS y 



ELIZABETH MADDOX 
Literary Society; Hi-Y-W. 



ED MARTIN 

Literary Society; Glee 
Club; Pre-Law C'ub. 



J. GORDON MARTIN 

First Lieutenant R. O. T. 
C; Sabre Club; Chemistry 
Club. 







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I. C. LEVY 

Gold "R" Society; Liter- 
ary Society; Pre-Law Club; 
Assistant Literary Editor 
1937 "Rainbow." 



ELIZABETH MARSH 

Literary Society; Glee 
Club; Pianist for Orchestra; 
Hi-Y-W. 



JACK MASON 

Gold "R" Society; Sabre 
Club; First Lieutenant R. 
O. T. C; Captain R. O. T. 
C; Pre-Law Club; Business 
Manager 1937 "Rainbow." 



BETTY MORAN 

Literary Society; Glee 
Club. 



ELIZABETH MOSS 



MARY A. McAULIFFE 



J. C. A. FRESHMEN 




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ALLEN MORRIS 

Captain of Band; Sabre 
Club; Treasurer of J. C. A. 
Freshman Class. 



SIMEON MORRIS 

Rho-Chi; 1, 2; Vice-Presi- 
dent 2; Secretary 1; J. C. 
A. Hi-Y 1, 2; Vice-Presi- 
dent 1; President 2. 



GEORGIA MULHERIN 

Literary S ociety; Glee 
Club; Chemistry Club. 



MAURICE MURRAY 



CATHERINE McKEOWN 



LOUIS NEWMAN 

Pre-Law Club; First Lieu- 
tenan-t R. O. T. C; Sabre 
Club; Gold "R" Society 






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ROBERT NEWTON 



LINTON K. PAULK 

First Lieutenant R. O. T. 
C, First Battalion; Adju- 
tant; Pre-Law Club; Sabre 
Club. 



GEORGE POLATTY 



A. I. REDD 

Pre-Law Club; J. C. A. 
Tennis Team; Varsity Club. 



VINCENT ROBERTS 

Glee Club; Chemistry 
Club. 



FRANK ROBINSON 

Gold "R" Society ; Tennis 
Team; Pre-Law Club; Lit- 
erary Society. 



EVELYN SHORT 

Literary Society; Glee 
Club; Basketball; Circula- 
tion Manager 1937 "Rain- 
bow"; Varsity Club; Chem- 
istry Club; Hi-Y-W. 



LEON SIMON 

Glee Club; Gold "R" So- 
ciety; Chemistry Club; Sa- 
bre Club; Lieutenant R. O. 
T. C. 



CARL STELLING 

Second Lieutenant R. O. 
T. C; Sabre Qub. 



HERBERT STELLING 

Gold "R" Society; First 
Lieutenant R. O. T. C; Var- 
sity Club; Pre-Law Club; 
I. C. A. Hi-Y; Sabre Club; 
Tennis Team. 



ANN STULB 

Literary Society: Basket- 
ball; Chemistry Club. 




EVELYN OGLESBEE 
Literary Society. 



JANE PAQUETTE 

Literary Society; Sports 
Editor of 1937 "Rainbow"; 
Basketball; Varsity Club. 



FREDERIC PEMBER 

First Lieutenant R. O. T. 
C. '35; Captain R. O. T. C. 
'36; Sabre Club '35, '36; 
Chemistry Club '35; J. C. 
A. Hi-Y '36; Glee Club '36. 



HARRY POPKIN 

Gold "R" Society; Bas- 
ketball '36; Managing Edi- 
tor Musketeer '36, '37; Sa- 
bre Club; First Lieutenant 
R. O. T. C; Track Team 
'36. 



V/ILLIAM PIERCE 



LORAN POWELL 

Second Lieutenant R. O. 
T. C; Sabre Club. 




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DENO THEVAOS 

Gold "R" Society; Presi- 
dent of Literary Society; 
Pre-Law Club; J. C. A. Hi- 
Y. 



MILDRED THIOT 

Literary Society; Basket- 
ball. 



LESLIE TURNER 
Rho Chi Club. 



LEWIS A. TYCE 

First Lieutenant R. O. T. 
C; Adjutant Second Bat- 
talion; Sabre Club; Scribe 
Rho Chi Club; Chemistry 
Club. 



MARGARET WALTERS 
Hi-Y-W. 



EMILY WELLMAKER 



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EUGENIA TIMM 



EARL C. WALLER 




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Winner J. C. A. Golf 
Tournament; J. C. A. Hi-Y; 
Golf Team; Gold "R" So- 
ciety. 



AVICE WELLS 

Literary Society; Glee 
Club. 



THELMA WELMAKER 



BETTY WHITE 

Literary Society; Activi- 
ties Editor of 1937 "Rain- 
bow." 



HUGH WILLIAMSON 



JOSEPHINE WHEELER 



HELEN WHISNANT 
Glee Club. 



KATHRYN WILCOX 



PHILIP WILHEIT 

J. C. A. Hi-Y; Pre-Law 
Club; Sabre Club; First 
Lieutenant R. O. T. C; Mus- 
keteer Staff '37; Military 
Editor of 1937 "Rainbow." 



JOHN V/. YOUNG 

Glee Club; Literary So- 
ciety. 



WORTH ZEAGLER 
Rho Chi. 



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UJayUU^A, R. C. Senior Officers 

JACK OUZTS — President GEORGE SANCKEN — Vice-President 

PRESTON TOWNS — Secretary WARDLAW MAY — Treasurer 

CLARENCE BASTON — Student Council 
O. B. VERDERY — Student Council 



A. R. C. SENIORS 



ASKEY 
BAILEY 
BAKER 
BAKER 



BALDOWSKI 
BALK 

BARNES 
BARRETT 




CHARLES MOORE ASKEY 



North Augusta 1, 2; A. R. C. 3, 4; Foot- 
ball 3, 4; Sergeant 3; Lieutenant 4. 



PAUL BAXTER BAILEY, JR, 

Highest Honor 1, 2, 3; Lieutenant R. O. 
T. C. 4; Sabre Club 4, Managing Editor 
Musketeer 4; Literary Editor Rainbow 4; 
Literary Society 2, 3, 4; Treasurer 2; Sec- 
retary of Class 3: Debating Team 4; 
Stunt Night 4; Royal Society of "Hang- 
over" 4; Gold "R" Society 4; Class Vale- 
dictorian 4. 



JULIAN PIERCE BALDOWSKI 



Literary Society 1, 2. 3; Stamp Club 4; 
Guide Sergeant 3, 4; Manager Track 
Team 4. 



THEODORE FLORENZ BALK, JR. 

Freshman Literary Society 1; Academy 
Literary Society 2, 4; Alpha Lambda Sig- 
ma 4; Academy Hi-Y 3, 4; Honor 3; High 
Honor 1; Highest Honor 2; Lieutenant R 
O. T. C. 4; Rifle Team 4; Debating Team 
4; Sabre Club 4; Secretary Academy Hi- 
Y 4. 



HENRY KERSHAW BAKER 

Company Football; B. Varsity; Varsity; 
Football Letter. 



THOMAS MILTON BAKER 

President of Class; "B" Varsity Foot- 
ball 3; Varsity Football 4; All State Foot- 
ball Squad 4; Hi-Y 2, 3, 4; Vice-President 
of H-Y 2 and 4; Corporal 1; Sergeant 2; 
First Lieutenant 3; Captain 4; Co. Rifle 
Team 1; Rifle Team 1, 2, 3. 4. 



WILLIAM WESLEY BARNES, JUNIOR 



ALEXANDER BRANTLEY BARRETT 

High Honor 1; Honor 2, 3; Literary So- 
ciety 1, 2; Business Manager of Muske- 
teer 4; Corporal 2; Sergeant 4; Second 
Lieutenant 4; Sabre Club 4; Student 
Council 2. 



A. R. C SENIORS 




BASTON 
BATTEY 
BATTLE 
BECKWORTH 



Highest Honor 1, 2, 3; Secretary and 
Treasurer of Class 1, 2, C; !.Ii_:-.oer of 
Student Council 4; Sergeant R. O. T. 
C. 4. 



ALFRED MANN BATTEY, JUNIOR 

Honor 1, 2; Literary Society 2, 3, 4; 
Treasurer Literary Society 3; Academy 
Hi-Y 3. 4; Sergeant; Member of Winning 
Squad from Regiment 4; Member of 
Winning Platoon from Regiment 4; Royal 
Society of "Hangover" 4. 



CLIFTON LYLE BATTLE 

Orcfiestra 2, 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Sec- 
ond Lieutenant 4. 



BOECKMAN 
BOSWELL 
BOWMAN 
BRADLEY 



THOMAS VAUGHN BOECKMAN 

High Honor 1, 2; Honor 3; Literary So- 
ciety 2, 3; Sergeant 3; Senior Private 4; 
Track 2; Football 3, 4; Student Council 
3; Stamp Club 3; Glee Club 1; Company 
Football 1, 2; Varsity Club 4. 



JOHN DAVID BOSWELL, JUNIOR 
Honor 1, 2, 3. 

JOHN LOUIE BOWMAN 

JOHN WILBUR BRADLEY 



CLARENCE EDGAR BECKWORTH 

First Lieutenant 4; Sabre Club 4; 
School Orchestra 4. 



A. R. C. SENIORS 



BRENNAN 
BRITT 
BRODEUR 
BROWN 



BRUCE 
BURCH 
CALHOUN 
CARRIGAN 







JAMES JENNINGS BRENNAN 
Corporal 4. 



JAMES HARMON BURCH, JR. 



JACKSON ELMO BRITT, JUNIOR 

JOSEPH RENE BRODEUR, JUNIOR 
Sergeant 4, 

BENJAMIN RUBEN BROWN 
Honor 2. 

CHARLES HENLEY BRUCE, JUNIOR 

Honor 1, 2; Literary Society 1, 2, 3, 
Sergeant 4; Cheer Leader 4; Vice Presi- 
dent of Class 2. ' 



WILLIAM COZART CALHOUN 

Literary Society 1, 2; President Literary 
Society 1; Corporal 2; Top Sergeant 3; 
First Lieutenant 4; Sabre Club 4; Tennis 
Team 3, 4; Winner Tennis Tournament; 
Varsity 3, 4. 



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THEODORE STUART CARRIGAN 

Literary Society I, 2, 3; Track Team 1, 
2. 3, 4; Guide Sergeant 2; Platoon Ser- 
geant 3, 4; Academy Hi-Y 2, 3, 4; Rifle 
Team 4; Manager B. Varsity 2; B. Var- 
sity 3. 




A. R. C. SENIORS 




CAVE 
CHANEY 
CHAPMAN 
CLAUSSEN 



COCHRANE 
COOPER 
COVAR 
CRAWFORD 



LEON O'NEAL CAVE 

Academy Hi-Y 4; B. Varsity 2, 3; Var- 
sity Football 4; Letter Football 4; Honor 
3; Sergeant 4; Basket Ball Manager 3, 4. 



LUCIN WERNER CHANEY 

High Honor 1; Honor 2, 3; Literary So- 
ciety 2, 3; Senior Private 4. 



JAMES WILLIAM COCHRANE 

High Honor 1; Highest Honor 2, 3; 
Freshman Literary Society I; Academy 
Literary Society 2, 3, 4; Member Alpha 
Lambda Sigma 4; Vice-President Alpha 
Lambda Sigma 4; Literary Editor "Rain- 
bow" 4; Musketeer Slalf 4; Gold "R" 
Society 4; Sergeant R. O. T. C. 4; Lieu- 
tenant R. O. T. C. 4; Rille Team 4; Sabre 
Club 4; Runner-up State Latin Tourna- 
ment 3. 



WILLIAM CHAPMAN, JUNIOR 
High Honor 1, 2, 3; Sergeant 4. 



LUTHER DUNCAN COOPER 

Honor 1; Literary Society 1, 4; Lieu- 
tenant 4; Sabre Club 4. 



HENRY HERMAN CLAUSSEN 

High Honor 1, 2; Honor 3; Riile Team 
4; Literary Society 2; Richmond Hi-Y 4. 



ABNER L. COVAR 
GEORGE WASHINGTON CRAWFORl' 



A. R. C. SENIORS 



CREED 
CROUCH 
CURTIS 
DANFORTH 



DAVANT 
DEAN 
DeMEDICIS 
DINSMORE 




CLEVELAND EUGENE CREED, JUNIOR 

lAMES SANDERS CROUCH, JUNIOR 
Honor 1, 3, Sergeant 4. 



JOSEPH LIMUEL CURTIS 

Hi-Y 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 2, 3, 4; Football 
Team 3, 4; Literary Society 1; Track Team 
4; First Lieutenant 4; Stunt Night 2, 3. 4; 
Chaplain of Hi-Y 4; Delegate of Hi-Y 
Convention 3. 



EDWARD COURTNEY BULLOCK 
DANFORTH, III 

Honor I; High Honor 2; Honor 3; Stamp 
Club 3; Sergeant 4. 



CHARLES DAVANT, JUNIOR 

Entered A. R. C. 1935. Honor 3; Ser- 
geant 4; Manager Track Team 4. 



RALPH MARION DEAN 



HERBERT HILTON DeMEDICIS 



JOHN WILLIAM DINSMORE 

Sergeant 3; Honor 1; Literary So- 
ciety 1. 



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A. R. C. SENIORS 




EDENFIELD 
ELLIOTT 
EUBANKS 
FINE 



GARDNER 
GEHRKEN 
GOETCHIUS 
GOODWIN 



RICHARD JACK EDENFIELD 
Stall Sergeant. 



WALTER C. GARDNER, JUNIOR 
Sergeant 4. 



CARL RICHARD ELLIOTT 

Honor 1, 2; Literary Society 2, 3; Glee 
Club 4; Corporal 4. 



ARNOLD RICHERS GEHRKEN, JUNIOR 

Lieutenant 4; Officers' Club 4; Sabre 
Club 4. 



JULIAN THOMAS EUBANKS 
Honor I, 2, 3. 

NEAL ALAN FINE 

Honor I; High Honor 2; High Honor 3 
Lieutenant; Annual Staff 4 (Art Editor) 
Sabre Club 4; Literary Corioty 2, 3, 4, 
Sergeant 4. 



EUGENE VAN NESS GOETCHIUS 

High Honor I, 3; Member Alpha 
Lambda Sigma 4; Highest Honor 2; Pres- 
ident Alpha Lambda Sigma 4; Literary 
Society 2, 3; Participant in Stunt Night 
4; President Literary Society 4; Military 
Editor oi Annual 4; Musketeer Staff 4; 
Declaiming Team 3; Debating Team 4; 
Glee Club 4; Sergeant 4. 



JARRELL BLAND GOODWIN, JR. 

Honor 1, 2; Literary Society 2, 3; Win- 
ner of W. C. T. U. Essay 2; Editor-in- 
Chief of Annual 4; Associate Editor of 
Musketeer 4. 



A. R. C. SENIORS 



GRAHAM 
GRIFFIN 
GULLEDGE 
HADDEN 



HALL 
HAMBY 
HAMMETT 
HANCOCK 




SAMUEL T, GRAHAM 
Golf Team 3, 4; Lieutenant 4. 



CARLISLE DOUGLAS HALL 

Best Drilled Cadet 3, 4; Rifle Team 3; 
Sergeant 4; First Lieutenant 5; Captain 
6; Literary Society 1; Sabre Club 5, 6. 



LOUIS GRIFFIN, JUNIOR 

Orchestra 3, 4; Band 1. 2, 3, 4; Captain 
4; Second Lieutenant 3; Top Sergeant 2; 
Honor 1, 2. 



DAVID OTIS HAMBY, JUNIOR 
Senior Private; Literary Society 3. 



JACK DONALD GULLEDGE 



CHARLES UNION HAMMETT, JUNIOR 



O'DELL HADDEN 



:HARLES ALEXANDER HANCOCK 



A. R. C. SENIORS 







HARTLEY 
HENDERSON 
HENNIES 
HERLONG 



HILDEBRANDT 
HILL 

HOLLINGSWORTH 
HOOPER 



JAMES FRANKLIN HARTLEY 

Literary Society; Sergeant 3; Band 1, 
2, 3; Company Football 3. 



MARVIN WILLIAM HENDERSON 



RICHARD THOMAS HENNIES 



MILTON HERLONG, JUNIOR 



CLAUDE MONROE HILL 

High Honor 1, 2, 3; Alpha Lambda 
Sigma 4; Stamp Club 3, 4; President 
Stamp Club 3; Academy Literary So- 
ciety 3; Senior Private Club 4. 



EARL CRISP HOLLINGSWORTH, 
JUNIOR 

Honor 1; Company Football I, 2; "B" 
Varsity 2, 3; Academy Hi-Y; Literary 
Society 1; President Literary Society 1; 
Sec. Freshman Class; Top Sergeant 4. 



HENRY HILDEBRANDT 
Honor 3. 



FRANK H. HOOPER 

Lieutenant Colonel 4; Sabre Club 4; 
Rifle Team 4. 



HUGHES 
IVEY 
KELLEY 
KERR 



LAMAR 
LAZENBY 
LEE 
LeSEUER 






A. R. C. SENIORS 




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THOMAS LORIN HUGHES 

HENRY FRANK IVEY, JUNIOR 
Highest Honor 1. 2, 3, Corporal 4. 



lAMES MILTON LAZENBY 

High Honor 2, 3; Sergeant 4; Lieuten- 
ant 4; Sabre Club 4; Literary Society 2, 
3, 4; Alpha Lambda Sigma 4; Academy 
Debating Team 3, 4; Musketeer Staff 4. 
Gold "R" Society 4. 



MARVIN ISAAC KELLEY, JUNIOR 
Sergeant 4. 

EUGENE MURPHEY KERR 



JAMES BOTHWELL LEE, JR. 

Student Council; Golf Team 2, 3, 4, 5; 
Hi-Y Treasurer 3; President 5; Captain 5; 
Literary Society 2. 



BERNARD OWENS LAMAR 

Stamp Club 3, 4, Corporal 4; Company 
Football 2. 



BEN HILL LeSEUER 

Track 2, 3. 4; Lieutenant 4; Officers' 
Club 4; Honor 4; Sabre Club 4. 



A. R C. SENIORS 




LEWIS 
LONG 
MADDOX 
MAHER 



MAHONEY 
MALONEY 
MARKWALTER 
MASON 



WILLIAM LEWIS 

Track I; Band 3, 4; First Sergeant 4; 
Honor 4. 



JOHN JOSEPH MAHONEY, JUNIOR 
Literary Society 1, 4. 



SWEENY BOYCE LONG 

Corporal 2; Sergeant 3; First Lieuten- 
ant 4; Chaplain Hi-Y 3, 4; "B" Varsity 3; 
Track 2, 3, 4; Tennis Team 3; Sabre Club 
3, 4. 



ROBERT SHERON MALONEY 
Captain of Supplies 4; Sabre Club 4. 



ROY DAVIDSON MADDOX 
Football 3; Fr. Literary Society 1. 



CHARLES VlCCn MARKWALTER, 
JUNIOR 



MARION JOSEPH MAHER, JUNIOR 
Sergeant 3, 4. 



FRANK DAN MASON 



KBi 



MAXWELL 
MAY 
MEEHAN 
MERRITT 



MIZE 

MONTGOMERY 
MOODY 
MOORE 







:. SENIORS 




ROBERT JEFFERSON MAXWELL, 
JUNIOR 

High Honor 1; Highest Honor 2; Honor 
3; Senior Private; Literary Society; Vice- 
President Literary Society 1; Annual 
Staff 4. 



WARDLAW WILLIAM MAY 

Treasurer ot Senior Class; Sabre Club 
4; First Lieutenant; Member of Tennis 
Team. 



THOMAS PATRICK MEEHAN 
Honor 2, 3; High Honor 1. 



EDWARD GUNNELS MIZE 

High Honor 1, 3; Honor 2; Literary So- 
ciety 2, 3; Corporal 4. 



ALGERNON JEROME MONTGOMERY, 
JR. 

Honor 2. 



EDWARD ALBERT MOODY 

Company Football 2; "B" Varsity 3; 
Varsity 4; Letter in Football 4. 



WILLIAM EDGAR MERRITT 

Honor 1, 2; Literary Society 1, 2; Cor- 
poral 1, 4; Stamp Club 2; Member of 
Royal Society of "Hangover" 4. 



JOSEPH WILLIAM MOORE 

Sergeant 3; First Lieutenant 5; Rifle 
Team 4; Sabre Club. 



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A. R C. SENIORS 




MORGAN 
McKIE 
MURRAY 
MURRAY 



McGAHEE 
McRAE 
NEAL 
NEILL 



MARION WALLACE MORGAN 
Honor 3. 

CLIFF HAMMOND McKIE 

ROBERT LINDSAY MURRAY 
Honor I, 2, 3. 

WALTER BEERY MURRAY 

Glee Club 4; Literary Society 2; Stunt 
Night 4. 



JACK EZELLE McGAHEE 

Honor 3; High Honor I, 2; Academy 
Literary Society 2, 3, 4; Freshman Liter- 
ary Society 1; President Literary Society 
1; Corporal 2, 4. 

GRADY MALCOLM McRAE 

High Honor 1, 2, 3; Literary Society 1, 
2, 3; President ol Sophomore Class; Stu- 
dent Council 3; Richmond Hi-Y 2, 3, 4; 
Treasurer Richmond Hi-Y 4. 



LESTER EUGENE NEAL 
Honor 2; Senior Private. 

WILFRED T, NEILL 

High Honor 1, 2; Literary Society 3; 
Stamp Club 3, 4. 



A. R. C. SENIORS 



NOWELL 
OGILVIE 
OLIVE 
OUZTS 



PETERSON 
PHILPOT 
PLAGWITZ 
POMERANCE 




'IvvM/t*^ ^ 




THOMAS EDWIN NORVELL, JUNIOR 

JOSEPH JAMES OGILVIE 
Golf Team 2, 3, 4; Guide Sergeant 4. 

ROBERT LEE OLIVE, JUNIOR 
Platoon Sergeant 4. 

JOHN ANDREV^ OUZTS 

High Honor 1, 3; Highest Honor 2; 
Academy Hi-Y 2; Secretary-Treasurer 3, 
Vice-President 4; President Senior Class, 
Most Popular Senior; Sabre Club 4; Mem- 
ber Student Council 4; Gold "R" 4; 
Alpha Lambda Sigma 4; Corporal 2; 
Sergeant 4; Second Lieutenant 4; Asst. 
Business Manager Rainbow 4, Winner 
ol D. A. R. History Contest 3. 



MILLEDGE MIDDLETON PETERSON 

Honor 1; High Honor 2, 3; Corporal 4; 
Alpha Lambda Sigma 4; Secretary 4; 
Literary Society 2, 3. 



DES FORD PHILPOT, JUNIOR 

High Honor 1, 3; Highest Honor 2; 
Sergeant 4. 



WILLIAM GUSTAV PLAGWITZ 
Honor 1, 2, 3. 

ELLIOTT POMERANCE 
Corporal; Literary Society. 




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'fflai/ )t^t ^1, 



POND 

PRITCHARD 
PURVIS 
RATTEREE 



RINKER 
ROESEL 
ROX 
SANCKEN 



EDWIN LINNELL POND 

High Honor 1, 2; Honor 3; Corporal 2; 
Sergeant 3; First Sergeant 4; Lieutenant 
4; Sabre Club 4. 



HARRISON PRITCHARD 

High Honor 1; Honor 2, 3; Literary 
Society 1, 2. 



HARVEY PEARSON PURVIS, JR. 
Honor 1, 3. 

MILBUN KANEESE RATTEREE 

Letter in Football 4, 5; Letter in Bas- 
ketball 4, 5; Lieutenant 4; Richmond Hi-Y 
4, 5; Literary Society 4; Musketeer Stalf 
4; Best A. R. C. Athlete 4; Varsity Club 
4, 5; Glee Club 4. 



FRANK AMIS RINKER 

Corporal 4; Runner-up as Best Drilled 
Cadet 3. 



JULIUS MAX ROESEL, JUNIOR 
Corporal 3; Sergeant 4; Hi-Y 2, 3, 4. 

WILLIAM THOMAS ROX 
High Honor 1, 2, 3; Sergeant 3, 4. 

GEORGE ALBERT SANCKEN, JR. 

Student Council 1; Vice-President 
Senior Class 5; Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, 5; President 
5; B-Varsity Football 3; Varsity Football 
4, 5; Letter 5; Golf Team 1, 2, 3, 4, 5; 
Letter 2, 3, 4, 5; Intramural Basketball 
4; "B" Varsity Basketball 5; Varsity Club. 



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SENIORS 



SCHOFIELD 

SCOTT 

SHEPPARD 

SILAS 



SIMS 
SKINNER 
SMITH 
SMOLEN 




LESTER BERNARD SCHOFIELD 

Corporal 4, Honor 1, 2, 3, 4; Cadet cf 
Best Drilled Squad 4. 



VERNON GARRETT SCOTT 
Guidon Bearer for Co. "F". 

HARRY JARRELL SHEPPARD 

Honor 1; High Honor 2; Literary So- 
ciety 1, 2, 3; Top Sergeant 4; Corporal 1. 

RAYMOND SILAS 



t^^Mr^M, 



EDGAR IRVING SKINNER '^> // 
Honor 1, 2, 3. /C^^^'^''^^-' 

BENJAMIN ROY SMITH, JUNIOR 

Honor 1, 2; Debating Team 3; Literary 
Society I, 2, 3, 4; Senior Private. 



PERRY SMOLEN 
Glee Club. 



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A. R. C. SENIORS 




FRED LEE SPEERING, JUNIOR 
Guidon 4. 

WILLIAM SHEPPARD STEVENS 

Second Lieutenant 4; Played in Band 
for Four Years; Sabre Club 4; School 
Orchestra. 

JAMES BAILEY STOVALL 

Honor 1, 2, 3; Literary Society I, 2, 3, 
4; Stamp Club 3; Treasurer Sophomore 
Class; President of Senior Private Club. 



WILLIAM JENNINGS TEBOW 

Corporal 1, 2, 3, 4; "B" Varsity Foot- 
ball 1, 2. 3; Member of Best Drilled 
Squad 4. 



PRESTON EUGENE TOWNS 

Honor 2; Secretary of Class 4; Hi-Y; 
Literary Society 2; Lieutenant 4; Foot- 
ball 2, 3, 4; Basketball 3, 4; Captain Bas- 
ketball Team 4; Track 3, 4; Sabre Club 4; 
Elected Best All Around Senior. 



THOMAS HARRIS USRY 



JOHN JOSEPH SULLIVAN, JUNIOR 



CHESTER LEE VAN DYKE, JUNIOR 



A. R. C. SENIORS 



VERDERY 
WALDEN 
WARR 
WATERHOUSE 



WHALEY 
WHEELER 
WHEATLEY 
WHEELESS 




ORVILLE BROWN VERDERY, JUNIOR 

Honors 1, 2; Student Council 4; Hi-Y 
2, 3, 4; President 4; Lieutenant 4; Sports 
Editor "RAINBOW" 4; Basketball 3, 4 
Sabre Club 4; Manager Tennis Team 4 
Literary Society 3, 4; Varsity Club 4 
Gold "R" Society 4, 



LEON COLQUITT WALDEN 
Top Sergeant 4. 



CHARLES WALKER WHALEY 



Golf Team, 2, 3, 4; Manager, Golf 
Team 4; Sergeant 4; Honors 1, 3; High 
Honor 2;' Literary Society 2, 4. 



CLINTON DAWSON WHEELER . 

Student Council 1; Honor 1; High 
Honor 1; First Sergeant 3; Sergeant -S; 



WILLIAM SANDERS WHEATLEY 



THOMAS COOPER WARR 

JOHN NORWOOD WATERHOUSE 
Corporal 1, 2; Sergeant 3; Lieutenant 4; 



WILLIAM PINKNEY WHEELESS 

High Honor 1, 2; Honor 3; Literary So- 
ciety 1, 2, 3; Secretary 1, 3; Richmond 
Hi-Y -3. 4; Chaplain Hi-Y 4; Secretary 
Hi-Y 4; Glee Club; Corporal R. O. T. 
C. 1, 4; Assistant Business Manager 
"Rainbow"; Student Council 2. 



A. R C. SENIORS 



C^^ 



/ 



J^ 




Honors 1; Hi-Y 2; B Varsity 2, 3; A 
Varsity 4. 



WILLIAM ALLEN WILLIS 
Honor 1, 2; Hi-Y 2, 3, 4; Sergeant 4. 



WRIGHT 
WRIGHT 
YOUNG 
YOUNGBLOOD 



JOHN DAVID WRIGHT 
Sergeant 4. 
NATHAN ELLINGTON WRIGHT 

WILLIAM LAWRENCE YOUNG 



GEORGE CALVIN WILSON 
High Honor 2, 4; Honor 1, 3. 

JOHN SCOTT WILSON 
Second Lieutenant 4; Sabre Club. 



LESLIE LAWSON YOUNGBLOOD 

Honor 1, 3; High Honor 2; Corporal 2; 
Top Sergeant 4; Lieutenant 4; Literary 
Society I, 2, 3, 4; Treasurer 4; Alpha 
Lambda Sigma 4; Treasurer 4; Business 
Manager Annual 4; Musketeer Staff 4; 
Stamp Club 3; President Club 3. 
Hi-Y 1, 2. 



A. R. C. SENIORS 



Last Will and Testament 

By PAUL BAILEY 

Georgia. Richmond Count}. 

W'e, the class of 1937. being of unsound and indisposing mind and mem- 
ory, do make, publish, and declare our last will and testament. Having for 
four years (or more) struggled through the long, hard grind, and having in 
the said period of questionable length accumulated certain memories, tradi- 
tions, individual traits of character, and material objects, do hereby generously 
bequeath the said accumulations as follows: 

The inimitable Eugene Van Ness ]\Iaricius Alexius Goetchius leaves to 
Milton Hochnuith his eccentric motions, striking posture and Iirilliant oratory. 

Neal Fine, Grady McRae, E. C. B. Danforth III, and Linnell Pond will 
their homespun wit to anyone who is in such desperate straits as to take it. 

Bobby Alaxwell. Henry Claussen, and Leslie Youngblood pass on to 
some luckless undergraduate thousands of empty bottles of "Slickum Slimy 
and Smellum Sweet Stacomb." 

Our handsome cheer leader "Pretty Boy" Bruce. \Aills his megaphone to 
anyone who will take the thing. 

Thomas Joseph \"aughan Boeckman bequeaths his brain to the science 
department, to be used in microscopic work. 

Gunnels Mize transmits his uncanny gift of predicting Physics tests to 
Carl Simon. 

Paul Bailey, the class "dope," leaves numerous water pistols, picturesque 
garments, and his shy, angelic qualities for all the Juniors to fight over. 

Jack Ouzts, our illustrious class president, decides that he has been too 
serious and has worked too hard these four years, and therefore he has noth- 
ing worthy of being left to our posterity. 

In continuance of our policy of generosity, we have obtained several 
items which will serve as substitutes for the departing membersj' of our class, 
and which, we feel sure, will preserve the glory of the class of 'Z7 through the 
coming generations. They are as follows : 

A jumping jack that croons, replacing Willie Merritt. 

An overripe tomato to remind our grandchildren of the delicate tint of 
Lucian Chaney's face. 

A pair of stilts in place of Preston, Towns. 

Two worn-out wire brushes tO' take the place of H. Jarrell Sheppard's and 
DeS. Philpot's luxuriant hair. 

A leopard with the measles as a reminder of Jimmy Lazenby's champion- 
ship freckles. 

As an effective substitute for the unparalleled B. Roy Smith, a phono- 
graph record containing duml) questions. 

Wads of exhausted gum ti> remind posterity of Cooper Warr and George 
Sancken. 

Armfuls of books to preser\'e the memory of those two great intellects 
Billy Cochrane and Henry Ivey. 

Finally, in a more serious mood, we who are about to graduate (we hope) 
bequeath the honor and high standards of the A. R. C. to all underclassmen, 
to be upheld by them. 

We leave to Mr. Skinner, Mr. Hardy, and the faculty our sincere gratitude 
and appreciation for the patience and care which they have shown us. 

We appoint as executors C. M. Askey, Alfred Battey, and John J. Sulli- 
van ,who will prabably be found gracing the roster of the class of '38 next year. 

Signed: Class of 1937 of the Academy of Richmond County. 

Witnessed : 



A. R. C. SENIORS 



Class Prophecy of 1937 



Dear Jack Ouzts. I'm writing' you, 
In hope that you will like this, too. 
Others have read it and thought it swell. 
So I hope you will like it just as well. 
The following list is of future events, 
Everything happens in nineteen fifty cents. 

Alfred Battey is on the vaudeville stage, 

With Roy Smith, they are all the rage. 

Paul Bailey makes striped dye for sox, 

Henry Claussen runs the Savannah River locks. 

Eugene Goetchius makes love on the screen, 

While Claude Hill has found a way to keep lean. 

Charles \\'haley is still a golf amateur. 

But Jim Stovall fell for the radio's lure. 

Billy Cochrane is a gangster with a desire to kill, 

Jimmie Crouch is married to "Diamond Lil." 

DeS. Philpot is teaching in our dear old school, 

T. Balk is now managing "Kelley's Pool." 

Alex Barrett is in Atlanta with Al Capone, 

Willie ]\Ierritt invented a new type of 'phone. 

Frank Rinker has inherited his father's store. 

And Gunnels Mize has become a terrible bore. 

Eddie Danforth will be a major soon. 

While Neal Fine at last has learned to spoon. 

Clarence Baston is pushing the plow. 

While Lucian Chaney is learning how. 

Leslie Youngblood writes a novel of thrills, 

Jack McGee is soda-jerker down at "Hill's." 

Dick Elliott is a lolly-pop maker, 

And Harrison Pritchard is a carnival faker. 

Billy Wheeless is the Chief of the Scouts. 

Tom Bo€ckman is refereeing boxing bouts. 

Lester Neal is a hen-pecked hubby. 

While Henry Ivey earns the nick-name "Chubby." 

Billy Wheeless is breeding pedagreed collies, 



William Chapman is starring in "Zeigfeld 1^'ollies." 

Lester Schofield is with the White Sox now, 

Jarrell Sheppard runs the Altamaha scow. 

Harvey Purvis is a doctor on a ship, 

Otis Hamby in the circus does the flip-de-flip. 

Max Roesel has joined the i\Iarines, 

Wilfred Neill tinkers with flying machines. 

Tom Baker still runs with Dorothy Lackman, 

Louis Griffin is owner of a popular hack-stand. 

Walter Murray writes prose and rhymes, 

Clinton Wheeler makes counterfeit dimes. 

Joe Curtis decided that he would buy Kress, 

Charles Davant helped him and made a big mess. 

Billy Calhoun is an automobile salesman, 

Julian Eubanks has a route as a mailman. 

Carlisle Hall leads a military band, 

Tom JMeehan sells canary-bird sand. 

Vernon Scott is the champion broad-jumper, 

David Wright has a patented auto bumper. 

Red Pond is called a "man about town," 

Billy Dinsmore is a circus clown. 

Julian Baldowski owns a skating rink, 

Grady McRae is a gigilo, I think. 

O. B. Verdery has replaced Fred Astaire, 

Preston Towns sells shoes by the pair. 

Arnold Gehrken is known as "Billy the Rat," 

Boyce Long wrote a book called "Life is Like That." 

Charles Bruce is a Latin instructor, 

Milledge Peterson is a street car conductor. 

Now I'll have to stop, 

To return to my shop. 

Donald Duck 
Porky Pig 

Witness : Bob Maxwell. 



A. R. C. SENIORS 



Class History 



In the year nineteen hundred thirty-five, or thereabouts, a huge host of 
happy, hilarious freshmen entered the portals of Dear Old Richmond. From 
"grammar school" they had come to what was practically their \'alhalla. 
Their joy knew no bounds when at last they were al^le to parade abo'Ut in 
glittering uniform. Even a \^alhalla has its drawbacks, the freshmen soon 
discovered. If one of them could find his class in less than an hnur. he was 
considered practically a mental wizard. The fearful schedule system was con- 
sidered as conceived by Satan himself. All in all, the poor freshmen were 
thoroughly disgusted with their first year. 

At last this enormous quantity of juxenile humanity reached the sopho- 
more stage in their metamorphosis, so to speak. Some of their enthusiasm 
had been scjuelched while freshmen, but now it was replenished. These newl)'- 
hatched sophomores took great delight in acting important (so they imagined) 
before their "inferiors." Their worries were now magnified a hundredfold. 
Demerits still flowed as copiously as ever in all directions, especially their 
own. The most exquisite torture to the beleaguered sophomore was the bear- 
ing of a rifle (which, by the way. weighed eight hundred sixty-nine pounds, 
or something of the sort.) 

From the smoldering ruins of the bedraggled and war-worn sophomores 
arose. Phoenix-like, the Junior Class. Thus far, their every aspiration had 
been hopelessly dashed. The only light which shone before them in the 
enshrouding darkness was the brilliant beacon of seniorship. To this guiding 
star every junior hitched his wagon. 

One cannot (or can one) forever remain a hnvly under classman. Ergo, 
this body of aspiring youths, whose story we have followed since their 
freshman days, became seniors (or. rather, part of them did.) Those exalted 
beings, called seniors, stooped not to scorn the poor lower classes. They, the 
suns of their world, condescended to mar\'el at the small and yet increasingly 
small size of the freshmen. The senior, after four (or more ) years of work, 
is complete. His predominant thought is, "Today I am a man !" 

Finis, 

Eugene Van Ness Goetchius. 



A. R. C. SENIORS 



Mma Plater 

Written by Dean Eric W. Hardy 
(Music — Haydn's "Creation") 



Our Alma Mater glorious stands 

By old Savannah's turbid stream, 

Upreared by loyal hearts and hands, 

Fulfillment of her children's dream. 
Her noble sons adown the years, 
Ha^'e proved their courage, conquered fears, 
On fields of glory, honor, tears. 
Inspired by Alma Mater. 

Her last-born sons go forth to prove, 
'Mid scenes of joy, 'mid scenes of strife. 

The strength of her sustaining love, 
Her tested armament of life. 

They go at duty's stern command. 

On sea, in sky, or distant land, 

Led on by touch of spirit hand, 

Of our dear Alma Mater. 

A gracious mother, fair and wise, 
Ten thousand sons she yet shall bear, 

With souls unseared in honor's eyes, 
With zeal to do, with will to dare. 

And when their well-spent days are told, 

From every deed of hero bold. 

Weave thou a crown more rich than gold, 

For brow of Alma Alater. 



VI 



ARC LO\v £R CLASSES 




•1 



JUNIORS 




Junior Cldss 



OFFICERS 

GUYTON THOMPSON President 

ALBERT INGRAM Vice-President 

LLOYD STANFORD Secretary 

RAYMOND LOYAL Treasurer 



—JUNIORS 
Adams, Chas. 
Adams, Henry C. 
Allen, Henry 
Andrews, J. J. 
Arthur, J. F. 
Athearn, Mitchell 
Avery, Eugene 
Avrett, Milton 
Bailey, Billy (W. E.) 
Bailie, Robt. 
Barnes, Wayne A. 
Beman, Hal D. 
Black, W. Bennett 
Blackwell, Maurice I. 
Blanchard, Tom M. 
Bolyard, F. 
Boswell, Chas. 
Boswell, J. D. 
Bowers, Howard 
Bracey, John 
Bragg, Arthur 
Brcadw^ater, Robt. 



Broome, W. B. 
Brotherton, Chas. 
Brown, W. T. 
Bruker, Billy 
Buckley, L. J. 
Carpenter, Harry 
Cason, James W. 
Cason, Robt. 
Cater, Idis 
Chalker, C. A. 
Clark, H.F. 
Clark, Robt. 
Clark, Willis 
Cloud, A. L. 
Cloud, H.C., Jr. 
Cooper, Jimmie 
Cooper, Wm. 
Corley, W. C. 
Crozier, Forrest 
Culpepper, D. 
Daitch, Irwin 
Daitch, Louis 
Daly, J. W. 



D'Antignac, Cecil 
Davant, Douglas 
Day, Chas. 
Dean, J. D. 
Deas,.TC. 
Dickson, C. 
Dixon, L. 
Dixon, W. C. 
Doughty, LeGarde 
Duncan, J. B. 
Dyches, H. 
Dye, Paul 
Edelblut,C. M. 
Elliott, L. T. 
Epps, Jones 
Evans, Warren H. 
Fitzgerald, Jas. 
Fulghum, Henry A. 
Fuller, Joey 
Fulmer, Riley 
Gay, Ed 
Guy, Jas. E. 
Gwin, Tom J. 



Gwynn, J. B. 
Hains, J. T. 
Hamilton, Billy 
Hardeman, L. 
Hardin, Jack 
Hardy, L. 
Hargrove, D. W. 
Hardy, Wallace 
Harris, Frank 
Harrison, C. F. 
Harvley, J. D. 
Haynie, Mack 
Heggie, Jack S. 
Henderson, Marvin 
Herrington, J. R. 
Hill, Fleton 
Hochmuth, Milton 
Horton, R. J. 
Holston, W. E. 
Horton, Lloyd 
Houck. Tom 
Howe, Henry M. 
Hughes, W. E. 



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JUNIORS 




Junior Class 



Hungerford, Hugh 
Ingram, Albert 
Jackson, Lloyd W. 
Jenny, F. F. 
Jones, W. D. 
Kelly, Jack H. 
King, G. P. 
Kimbrell, Chas. 
Kitchens, Ray 
Knapp, Frank 
Krafka, J. F. 
Krouse, Roy 
Lazenby, John 
Lee, Clinton 
Lemon, Vincent 
Levy, Benard 
Little, W. H. 
Longev/ay, L. W. 
Loyal, Raymond 
Luke, A. 
Markwalter, Al 
May, Hugh H. 
Menger, Wm. 
Messiry, Basil 
Meurer, R. H. 
Meyers, J. 

Middlebrook, Chas. 
Mitchell, Lawrence 
Morgan, Tyler 



Moss, Lamar 
Moye, Ben 
Mulherin, Joe L. 
Mulligan, Tom 
Murphy, Mose 
Myers, Eugene 
McAlhany, Jno. 
McCown, Dudley 
Mcintosh, Howard 
McLendon, J. W. 
Nixon, Jno. W. 
Nowell, Jas. H. 
Page, Nelson 
Pague, Harold 
Palmer, Lawrence 
Pappas. Chris 
Parks, Holstein 
Parrish, Harry 
Pomerance, L. R. 
Pond, Melvin C. 
Powers, W. I, 
Pratt, R. C. 
Prouty, D. H, 
Punaro, Vincent J. 
Parrish, Everett 
Radford, R. H. 
Ramsey, Jas. W. 
Ramsey, Mack 
Ready, W. A. 



Reed, C. W. 
Rhodes, D. C. 
Yee, Lum 
Rivers, Joe 
Roberts, H. 
Roberts, Starling 
Robinson, Robt. A. 
Roesel, Jno. C. 
Rosier, Norris 
Rusch, Wm. H. 
Rushton, Luke 
Scarr, Geo. 
Scott, Vivian 
Shackleford, Mack 
S'lell, Ed. 
Shirley, J. W. 
Shoemaker, W. S. 
Simon, Carl J. 
Sledge, Miss Helen 
Smith, F. Coleman 
Smith, Mahon T. 
Smith, Robt. 
Smith, W. H. 
Smitherman, R. 
Smolen, Perry 
Sneed, Wade H. 
Snelling, Bayard 
Stanford, L. A. 
Rhodes, Frank 



Richards, Marion K. 
Stark, Robt. F. 
Steele, Lloyd 
Steele, Wm. T. 
Stone, Jack 
Strother, Clinton 
Suhr, Geo. 
Teuton, Edward 
Thomas, Lonnie C. 
Thompson, Eugene 
Thompson, Guyton 
Toole, G. 

Trommerhauser, Billy 
Turner, W. Clyde 
Usry, Hubert 
Usry, Ira P. 
Vause, Cecil 
Wagner, Max 
Waddey, C. Marion 
Ward, Albert F. 
Ware, Robt. M. 
Warr, Carroll 
Whaley, J. 
Whaley, Paul 
Wolfe, W. 
Wong, Thomas 
Woodward, M. T. 
Woodward, W. 
Wynne, W. B, 



SOPHOMORES 




Sophomore Class 



OFFICERS 

I. R. EDWARDS President 

BOB KUHLKE Vice-President 

CLIFFORD WOODWARD Secretary 

MARION DENNY Treasurer 



Adkins, Sam 
Akin, Lawton 
AUerton, Chas. 
Anderson, Fred 
Anthony, Edward 
Archer, Tracy C. 
Ashe, E. C. 
Atkinson, Archie 
Austin, Henry 
Bacon, Joel 
Baird, R. L. 
Baird, W. 
Baker, Bobby B. 
Baker, Fred 
Balk, BiUie 
Barnard, D. D. 
Barnes, Chas. 
Barnes, Geo. 
Barrentine, Elisha 
Bartlett, Wilder W. 
Bartley, J. L. 
Bateman, Haywood 
Battey, L. L. 
Battle, I. Z. 
Belding, Joe 
Belger, Roy 
Bentley, Hubert 
Bentley, Walter 



Best, John 
Bland, Chas. 
Bolgla, B. 
Bonzo, Marvin M. 
Boozer, J. 
Boyd, Wm. 
Bradley, W. J. 
Brandenburg, W. M. 
Brechwald, Glenn 
Britton, Billy 
Brodier, W. D. 
Brown, Chas. 
Bruckner, Albert 
Brunson, Bob 
Bryant, Wade 
Bryson, Edward 
Buck, Clarence 
Buford, C, 
Burrell, A. A. 
Busch, Sol 
Bussy, Ben 
Calhoun, P. 
Capers, Frank 
Carr, Clyde 
Carroll, Philip 
Carry, Robt. 
Casey, Tillman 
Cawley, S. 



Caver, Henry 
Cliett. Dozier 
Coffield, Prentiss 
Conlon, Bill 
Cook, Robley 
Cosby, Ray 
Cotter, L. F. 
Coursey, Marvin 
Coursey. Robt. 
Courtney, Howard 
Craft. Geo. 
Crawford, Jimmie 
Crouch, D. L. 
Daley, G. D. 
Daley, Randolph 
Davidson, John H. 
Davis, Evans 
Darby, Sanford 
Davaney, James 
DeLong, Otis 
Dennis, C. C. 
Dennis, Marion 
Dolan, Billy 
Dressell,Robt. J. 
DeWitt, Robt. 
Dudley, Elmer H. 
Dunham, Chas. 
Eavenson, Wallace 



Edwards, J. R. 
Elliott, Sewell 
Elrod, Hugh 
Enderby, Howard 
Evans, H. T. 
Evans, J. B. 
Evans, J. C. 
Eve, Joseph 
Farr, Robert 
Farris, Edward 
Fisher, Richard 
Fleming, T. C. 
Fletcher, Bill (W. H.) 
Florie, M. P. 
Ford. Theron 
Fort, Arthur L. 
Fonts, Fred 
Free, Jim 
Fulcher, Charlie 
Fulghum, Buford 
Garvin, Julian 
Gatewood, Edward 
Gilbert, Eugene 
Gillman, Nathan 
Gingrey, Thos. 
Gleason, T. M. 
Glover, Jno. G. 
Hagler, Jno. C. 



Goldberg, Sanford 
Granade, Hervey S. 
Grayson, Robt. 
Greene, Woodall , 
Griffin, Wm. H. 
GuUedge, Lionell 
Hamilton, W.H. 
Hancock, Reginald 
Harrell, Jack 
Harrison, Bernard 
Harrison, Billy 
Harrison, Harold 
Harvard, Henry 
Henderson, A. C. 
Hester, Rudolph 
Hines, Hugh 
Hitt,T. 
Hodge, Jas. 
Hoke, Gene 
HoUey, Jno. L. 
Holston, Larry 
Hoops, Jack 
Hooper, R. C. 
Hoover, J. C. 
Hugg, Geo. 
Hull, Jim 



SOPHOMORES 




Sophomore Class 



Humphrey, Geo. 
Hunnicutt, Jas. E. 
Huntington, Richard 
Joe, Albert 
Joe, George 
Johnson, David 
Johnston, Howard 
Johnston, Jack 
Joiner, Rube 
Jones, B. M. 
Jones, B. W. 
Jordan, Merriman 
Judy, Robt. 
Jumper, Julian 
Kearns, J. 
Keels, James 
Keenan, Frank 
Kennedy, H. 
King, C. H. 
Kingery, J. W. 
Klein, Louis 
Kuhlke, Bob - 
Lamb, Judson 
Lamback, Gordon 
Lamkin, Walton 
Lawrence, Carl 
Lazenby, Josh 
Lemon, Tom 
LeSueur, J, E. 
Levy, Marvin 
Lewis, Edward 



Linton, Robt. 
Luke, Dozier 
Lynn, Malcolm 
Maguire, A. J. 
Mahoney, Robt. 
Manley, Clarence 
Marsh, Edwin 
Mauldin, Wm. 
Maxwell, A. 
Mayo, R. P. 
McAlhany, Dan 
McCarthy, Jacob 
McLendon, Thos. 
McMichael, Marion 
McMichael, Robt. 
McNair, Marvin 
Meyers, Walden 
Miller, E.M. 
Mitchum, Bernard 
Mobley, T. J. 
Morgan, Roy 
Moss, Eraser 
Mount, Donald 
Moye, Chas. M. 
Mulligan, Jas. F. 
Murphey, GUie M. 
Murray, Chas. 
Nelson, Ralph 
Newman, Roy 
Noles, Robt. 
North, Burnetts 



Norvell, Harold 
O'Connor, Robt. 
Overman, Lehman 
Owens, Milwee 
Owens, Robt. F. 
Parrish, Harold 
Patrick, R. H. 
Paulos, Harry 
Peebles, Carl 
Pember, Joseph 
Pender, Joseph 
Pender, W. 
Pierce, Geo. 
Pierce, Phillip M. 
Phillips, W. 
Pollock, E. B. 
Pond, Miles 
Pope, Ferrell 
Prather, Duluth 
Price, John T. 
Pritchard, Harry W. 
Fund, H. C. 
Purvis, O. 

Rainwater, Lenwood 
Rankin, Geo. D. 
Ratteree, W. L. 
Redd, H. 
Reid, Robt. 
Reiser, W. A. 
Reville, E. B. 
Rhodes, Andrew 



Rhodes, McAlister 
Rice, Leo 

Robertson, Charlie 
Robertson, Heard 
Robinson, H. L. 
Rosamond, W. J. 
Ross, Louis 
Routon, J. 
Rox, Gerald 
Rucker, Isham 
Rucker, Jack T. 
Sanders, Leonard 
Scott, Leonard 
Seals, Marvin 
Seigler, Billie C. 
Seigler, J. M. 
Secton, Clyde 
Shanahan, Tom 
Shipes, C. F. 
Smalley, J. W. 
Smith, Chas. J. 
Smith, Carroll 
Smith, Frank 
Steed, Eugene 
Steinberg, Maxwell 
Steinberg, M. K. 
Stelling, Osborne 
St. John, Eugene W. 
Steward, Jack 
Stone, L. A. 
Stone, Wm. E. 



Stoudemire, H. 
Stowell, Carleton 
Street, Tom J. 
Sturgis, Joseph 
Tarte, Hugh 
Thurmond, C. B. 
Timmerman, James 
Todd, Lindell 
Tom, Geo. 
Tucker, J. H. 
Usry, Tom 
Wahl, Coru-ad 
Wallace, Wm. 
Waller, H. E. 
Waller, Jack 
Watkins, D. 
Webb, C. A. 
Weiss, Geo. 
Weltch, Lester 
Widener, Jack 
Wiggins, Ernest 
Wilkerson, Jno. 
Willingham, J. B. 
Wilson, J. S. 
Wingate, Marvin 
Woo, Edward 
Woo, Gambo 
Woodward, Clifford 
-Wyatt, Wallace 
Young, W. R. 
Youngblood, H. 



FRESHMEN 




Freshman Class 



OFFICERS 

RALPH CHANEY President 

ED BARTON Vice-President 

DAN MORGAN Secretary 

BILLY LEE Treasurer 



Adams, lack C. 
Adams, Al, G. 
Allen, Chas. D. 
AUgood, Chas. 
Amos, Paul A. 
Anderson, Mugar 
Anderson, Shivers T. 
Askey, Max 
Atkinson, Jack 
Avrett, James 
Balkcum, Woodrow 
Bailie, Allston 
Bailey, Geo. 
Baker, Frank 
Baker, Ralph W. 
Banks, L. A. 
Barden, Jno. 
Barnes, A. Leroy 
Barrentine, B. 
Barrett, Arnold 
Barrett, Jack 
Barton, Edward 
Beckum, Bill 
Beckum, Burpee 
Beckworth, Claude 
Belding, Wm. E. 
Bell, Arthur 
Bell, Geo. M. 
Black, Jack 
Blanos. Emanuel 
Boardman, Jack 
Bohler, John H. 
Bolen, Bunyon T. 



Bolgla, Abe 
Bowyer, Monroe J. 
Brodie, P. Athel 
Broome, E. H. 
Broome, Jas. E. 
Brotherton, Wm. 
Brown, Daniel A. 
Erowre, Louis 
Bryant, Edward 
Bryant, Jasper 
Bryant, J. Marvin 
Burch, Earl A. 
Burnside, E. H. 
Burroughs, John 
Bush, William 
Bussey, Shaw 
Bussy, Robert 
Buttolph, Lyman 
Burton, R. 
Byran, R. 
Calamas, Dennis 
Cantey, Otis R. 
Capers, Jack 
Capps, W. H. 
Card, Lance 
Carpenter, F. 
Carswell, Geo. W. 
Carter, Chas. 
Carter, Henry 
Cato, Wayland H. 
Cawley, Edw. 
Chance, Jimmie W. 
Chance, Paul 



C^arey, Rudolph 
Chaney, Ralph H. 
Chapman, John 
Chavous, Andrew 
Choate, John 
Cheshire, Ripley 
C. ay, Cassius 
Cloy, Marion 
Colclough, W. B. 
Coleman, First 
Coleman, Virgil 
Collier, Bernard 
Collins, Bernard 
Conlon, Theo. K. 
Cooper, B. J. 
Corley, Chas. 
Cox, Gilbert 
Creech, Otis 
Daitch, Joe 
Dales, Francis 
Daly, John J. 
Davis, Baston 
Davis, Julian 
Davis, W.H. 
Davis, W. L. 
Dennis, Martin L. 
Derovanesian, Todd 
Doby, C. 
DuBose, Marvin 
Dunaway, Walter 
Durland, J. Archie 
Dyches.M. 
Dye, Aubrey 



ElUott, Oliver 
Engler, Harold S. 
Ergle, James E. 
Estroff, Marvin D. 
Evans, Albert 
Farr, Marion 
Farr, Thomas 
Farris, H. 
Florie, Julian 
Franklin, Patrick 
Freeman, Melvin 
Garrard, Roy 
Gavaias, Nick 
Gavalas, Tony 
Geter, James 
Giradot, Willie 
Glickert, Jimmie 
Godbee, Edwin 
Goldberg, Dick 
Goldstein, Stanley 
Gordon, Olin 
Gordon, Ollie 
Grammar, J. 
Grant, Ralph 
Greene, Spann H. 
Greene, Span J. 
Greene, Spann J. 
Gridley, Clarence A. 
Griffin, J. 
GuUedge, Earl 
Halford, J. B. 
Hamilton, R, 
Hammack, Paul 



Harman, Allen 
Harrell, Edward 
Harrell, G. Frank 
Harrell, Joe W. 
Harris, Dan M. 
Harrison, M. 
Harrison, S. 
Harveston, Geo. 
Heath, Henry W. 
Heaton, Sammie A. 
Hixon, Clay 
Hogan, Billy (D. W.) 
Hogan, Joe Billy 
Hoover, Jack S. 
Horton, W. H. 
Howard, Dorsey 
Howard, Sam. W. 
Howell, S. Kilpatrick 
Hudson, Marion 
Hudson, Wm. H. 
Hyman, Jas. A. 
Inman, Frank 
Irving, Eugene 
Ivey, Martin J. 
Ivey.T. K. 
Izlar, Wm. A. 
James, Buford E. 
Jones, Walter K. 
Johnson, Edw. 
Johnson, F. 
Johnson, James D. 
Kahrs, Edward 
Kauffman, J. E. 



FRESHMEN 




Freshman Class 



Keener, Theo. M. 
Kelly, Chas. C. 
Kennedy, Fred 
Kennedy, Jack 
Key, Walter 
King, Hubert 
Kitcnens, L. 
Knight, Ardel 
Kreisberg, J. W. 
Krewson, Luther 
Lackman, Frank 
Lamar, Homer W. 
Lamb, Vernon 
Lamback, M. 
Lang, Jas. L. 
Laughlin, Bill 
Lee, Billy 
Lemmons, Jno. A. 
LeSeur, Joseph 
LevrettDonald 
Levy, J. W. 
Lewis, E. H. 
Lewis, Guy S. 
Lewis, R. 
Livingston, D. A. 
Lowery, Marion 
Luke, James 
Macky, Robt. 
Markwalter, Wm. 
Marsh, Jerry 
Marshall, Otto W. 
Medlin, Calvin 
Meeler, Leslie 
Merritts, W. A. 
Miller, John Haines 



Mitchell, C. C. 
Mills, Carl 
Montgomery, A. T. 
Moredock, J. W. 
Morehouse, J. 
Morgan, Dan 
Morgan, Douglas 
Mulherin, Byran 
Mulherin, Pat 
Mulherin, Steve 
Mulligan, Jack J. 
Murphey, Carl W. 
Murphey, Wilbur 
Murphey, Wm. J. 
Murray, Joe 
Myers, Chas. 
Myers, J. E. 
McAuliffe,T. E. 
McDowell, Bob 
McFeely, N. D. 
McGahee, Chas. 
McGraw, Alvin 
McKeown, Emmett C. 
McNair, J. L. 
McWee, Royce F. 
McKie, Wm. H. 
McLendon, Geo. P. 
Neesmith, J. Archie 
Nevin, Wm. 
Oglesbee, Tom W. 
Ogletree, Sam. L. 
G'Neall, Chas. K. 
Pague, James 
Palmer, Allen 
Partee, Jimmie 



Patterson, Wm. 
Pearson, Sam. D. 
Perkins, Wm. T. 
Peters, Raymond 
Perry, Wyman 
Phillips, John 
PhiUips, Marcus 
Pomerance, Sanford 
Ponder, E. G. 
Popkin, Benj. 
Powell, Charlie 
Powell, Leonard 
Price, C. H. 
Prother, Clarence 
Purkall, Brennan 
Rachels, Jessie 
Rachels, J. M. 
Radford, Wm. 
Redd, Glee 
Reese, J. H. 

Reynolds, Talmadge E. 
Rheney, Samuel 
Rhoades, Jack 
Rice, John W. 
Rice, P. W. 
Richards, T. E. 
Richardson, Walter 
Rickerson, Vernon 
Robertson, G. J. 
Robins, James 
Rogers, John 
Rogers, Roy 
Ross, Jas. 
Rountree, Leon 
Rowland, Chas. 



Rupert, James M. 
Sanders, Gus 
Satcher, James 
Scoggins, Franklin 
Scroggs, Phil 
Seago, Harvey M. 
Senn, Roscoe 
Sherman, Robert 
Sheridan, E. C. 
Shirley, Clyde 
Sizemore, R. E. 
Smith, Euland J. 
Smith, Joe 
Smith, James A. 
Smith, Wilbur 
Smith, Wm. 
Speering, Frank 
Spinks, David 
Stallings, G. 
Stearns, Richard 
Steinberg, M. M. 
Stevens, David 
Stoudemire, Joe 
Stringer, John E. 
Stulb, Geo. 
Swan, Walter 
Tankersly, J. 
Terry, Lawrence 
Thomas, Wales 
Tiller, WiUiam 
Timm, Theo 
Timmerman, T. L. 
Timmerman, W. F. 
Toole, Michael 
Toomey, Al 



Tullis,Wm. B. 
Turner, Woodrow 
TubyfiU, R. 
Turner, F. T. 
Twilley, Carroll F. 
Tyner, Grover 
Vidler, Arthur 
Wade, Jule 
Wallace, John 
Warr, Robt. R. 
Waters, Jno. N. 
Watkins, Lamar 
Watkins, J. S. 
Weathers, Euley 
Whaley. Eldon P. 
Whaley, Walkers. 
Wheatley, L. P. 
White, Jack 
Wilkinson, R. J. 
Wingate, Virgil 
Witt, W. M. 
Wolff, Bernard 
Wolfe, Eugene S. 
Wood, Lindsay L. 
Woodard, J. G. 
Woodward, Harry 
Woodward, Theron 
Wright, Geo. 
Wylds, Chas. 
Wylds, Henry 
Youn, J. N. 




Book Three 




MILITARY 



MILITARY 




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Academy Cadets on Parade in 1917 

IN REVIEW 

There's a liurst of martial music. 
And the hand ste])s (lut a])ace; 
The serried ranks are l)r()ken. 
And they're wheelings into place. 

Then the grand and t^hiridus feelint;- 
As the f ag is passing- by, 
With its Stars and Stripes liefore you 
There against the eastern sky. 

.\nd the sound of marching scddiers. 
The rhythmic tramp of feet. 
As they're step])ing quickly, marching 
In parade, on down the street . . . 

.\nd their e_\es are iinrnd and steady. 
.As they're passing, passing you; 
There's reason for their martial pride. 
They're Richmond — in review! 



Martha Louise Cooper. 



MILITARY 




Military History 



In August 1863, during the progress of the Civil War, the Academy was taken over as a hospital 
by the Confederate authorities. After Lee's surrender and the arrival of Federal troops, the Academy 
was used as military barracks by the Federal forces stationed in Augusta. 

Schooi was reopened on January 1, 1868. The Academy was made essentially a military institution, 
the pupils composing a uniformed company which v\-as regularly drilled. On the reorganization of the 
school in 1873, the military department was discontinued. 

In 1882, on recommendation of the faculty, the trustees of the Academy instituted a military 
department. One hundred muskets with bayonets were secured from the Great Western Gun Works at 
Pittsburgh, Pa., and seventy-five sets of accoutrements, consisting of a waist belt, a cartridge box, 
and bayonet, were ordered from Columbus, Ohio. An American play was donated by a group of Augus- 
ta ladies headed by Mrs. W. C. Sibley. The upper west hall of the Academy was fitted up as an armory. 

The battalion was organized into three companies of single rank, the sma'.l cadets forming the 
third company. Captain J. O. Clark was obtained as military instructor. The battalion drilled one hour, 
three times a week. 

The large open space to the east of the Academy building, which had been used as a garden, be- 
came the parade ground. This military department was discontinued in 1888. 

Ten years later, the military department was restored with Majoi George P. Butler as commandant. 

On his retirement in 1919, Major E. C. B. Danforth, a veteran of the World War, was made com- 
mandant. Under Major Danforth extended order drill was added. 

Up through 1920 the privates wore a tight blue jacket with brass buttons and a turned down col- 
lar, grey service trousers, black shoes, and a stiff I'ttld cap of the style of the 1860's. For dress wear, 
the privates wore white duck trousers, instead of the grey ones, and white gloves. The officers wore 
a looser coat, hooked in the front, with shoulder straps and plenty of black braid. The rest of the offi- 
cers' uniforms was the same as that of the privates. In 1921 the privates' uniforms were made identical 
with officers' uniforms, except "'for the shoulder straps. 

In 1922 Major Danforth, resigned and was replaced by Col. Charles B. Whitney. In Col. Whitney's 
one 3'ear of service a regiment was formed, composed of two battalions of three companies each, instead 
of the one battalion of four companies. 

On Col. Whitney's resignation. Col. J. T. Hains became commandant. Pie drilled the companies 
into regulation platoons and organized a class in military science and tactics. 

When the Academy was moved to its present site in 1926 a regular R.O.T.C. unit was formed, and 
the old uniform was replaced by the olive drab uniform. Major A. G. Goodwyn, U. S. A. retired, 
previously commandant at the Citadel, and Sergeant J. A. Leipold were assigned Ijy the War Depart- 
ment as military instructors. 

In 1932 Col. Goodwyn was replaced by First Lieutenant Purswell and in 1935 Sergeant Leipold was 
transferred and Sergeant William C. McGee took his place. 



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Regimental Staff 



HARRY MOBLEY Cadet Colonel 

MISS MARTHA BAILIE Regimental Sponsor 

ALEX DOREMUS Cadet Lieutenant-Colonel 

MISS HELEN BOARDMAN Sponsoi 



DUNCAN COOPER Cadet Captain (Reg. Staff! 

MISS SARA BAILIE Sponsoi 

SHARON MALONEY .... Cadet Captain (Reg. Staff) 
MISS FLORENCE ELLEDGE Sponsor 




MILITARY 




Regimental Staff 

FRANK HOOPER Cjfrfet Lieutendot^dolonel 

MISS VIVIAN FOSTER "^ H^- Sponsor 

WILLIAM KITCHENS Cadet Major (Reg. Adj.),. 

MISS NELL DANIEL . . . . ^ V • • • SponsdS 





FREDERIC PEMBER . . . Cadet Captain (Asst. Reg. Adj.) 
MISS GRACE DAVIS Sponsor 

CARLISLE HALL Cadet Captain (Reg. Staff) 

MISS ALSIE IMOR BATEMAN Sponsor 



MILITARY 



Staff 




MILITARY 





LINTON PAULK 
Adjutant 




FRANCES BUSSEY 
Sponsor 



First Battalion 




MILITARY 




Lloyd Adams 
Captain 



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Fannie Battey 
Sponsor 



Chas. Askey Milburn Ratteree Ben LeSueur 

2r-d Lieuterant 1st Lieutenant 2nd Lieutenant 



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Company ''A 




MILITARY 




Jack Fortune 
Captain 





BoYCE Long Loran Powell Billy Cochrane 

1st Lieutenant 2nd Lieutenant 2nd Lieutenant 



Company ^^B" 



Ermine Cater 
Sponsor 




MILITARY 




James B. Lee, Jr. 
Captain 





Lewis Newman Alex Barrett Abraham Weinstein 

1st Lieutenant 2nd Lieutenant 2nd Lieutenant 



Company ''C 



Ivey Baggs 
Sponsor 




MILITARY 




Ed. L. Stelling, Jr. 
Captain 





George Marshall Bruce Chandler Chas. Brotherton 
1st Lieutenant 2nd Lieutenant 2nd Lieutenant 



Company ''D'^ 



Anne Harriss 
Sponsor 




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Outdoor Rifle Range 

(FEATURED BY FIRST BATALLION) 




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MILITARY 




ROBERT GRACEY 
Major 




LEWIS TYCE 
Adjutant 




LEWIS DA VIES 
Sponsor 



Second Battalion 




MILITARY 




William Jakes 
Captain 




Marian Maxwell 
Sponsor 



Jack Heggie Herbert Stelling Guyton Thompson 
1st Lieutenant 2nd Lieutenant 2nd Lieutenant 



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Company '^E 




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MILITARY 




Charles Fortune 
Captain 



Wardlaw May Bert Gary James Lazenby 

1st Lieutenant 2nd Lieutenant 2nd Lieutenant 





Carolyn Hull 
Sponsor 



Company ''F^ 



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MILITARY 




William Young 
Captain 




James Nowell Charles Stelling John Wilson 
1st Lieutenant 2nd Lieutenant 2nd Lieutenant 



Company ^^C 




Betty Ferris 
Sponsor 




MILITARY 




Tom Baker 
Captain 





Dorothy Lackman 
Sponsor 



Gordon Kelly Gordon Martin Theo Balk 

1st Lieutenant 2nd Lieutenant 2nd Lieutenant 



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Company ''H 




MILITARY 



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Prize Company 



(TITLE WON BY COMPANY F OF SECOND BATTALION) 




MILITARY 




ALEX DOREMUS 
Lieutenant-Colonel 




W. C. CALHOUN 
Adjutant 



Third Battalion 




Bern 



HELEN BOARDMAN 
Sponsor 




MILITARY 



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Ellen Powers 
Sponsor 



Preston Towns 
1st Lieutenant 



Jesse Lever 
2nd Lieutenant 



Paul Bailey 
2nd Lieutenant 



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Company ^1 




MILITARY 




William Martin 
Captain 





Irene Hopkins 
Sponsor 



Harry Popkin Randolph Jones Abner Covar 

1st Lieutenant 1st Lieutenant 2nd Lieutenant 



(iT>^5) 



Company ^'K 




MILITARY 



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Alva Cooper 
Captain 



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Ofville Verdery Meyer Kreisberg Jack Ouzts 

1st Lieutenant 2nd Lieutenant 2nd Lieutenant 



Company ^T'' 




Elizabeth Howard 
Sponsor 




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Joseph Heffernan 
Captain 






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Philip Wilheit Neal Fine Billy Powers 

Ist Lieutenant 2nd Lieutenant 2nd Lieutenant 



Company ''M'^ 



MILITARY 




Frankie Krepps 
Soonsor 




MILITARY 



Calisthenics 



(FEATURED BY THIRD BATTALION) 




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MILITARY 




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1937 Rifle Team 



R. O. T. C. rifle teams are normally composed of fifteen firing members. 

Matcfies fired annually are the Corps Area Matches, the Hearst Trophy Match, and the 
National Intercollegiate Match. 

Our rifle team finished sixth in the Corps Area Match this Spring. It finished first in the 
Hearst Trophy Match in this Corps Area, and the National Intercollegiate Match is being fired 
with a fine chance of winning it also as the annual goes to press. 

The outstanding feature of the team was not any one individual shot, but a well-balanced, 
consistently-shooting team "with good morale. 

Much of the team's success goes to the hard work of Sergeant W. C. McGee. 

JOHN W. O'DANIEL, Major Infantry, 

Commandant. 



Roster 

Standing, reading left to right — Billy Cochrane, Theo Balk, Jack Hains, Henry Claussen, Carl 
Edelblut, Marvin Seals, "Teddy" Carrigan, Alex Barrett. 

Sitting, reading left to right — Tom Baker, Harry Mobley, Bill Kitchens, Frank Hooper, Bill Jakes. 




MILITARY 




R. O. T. C. Band 



ROSTER OF THE BAXD 



BOTTOM ROW 
iReacirg Left to Right) 
Ca^t. A. Morris 
3. T. Brake 
Z. W. Murphey 
E. M. B'.anos 
Cergeart M. Hochmuth 
Sergeant W. M. Blandenburg 
B. J. Mulherin 
W. Jones 
J. Belding 

Mr. D. M. Lincul, Director 
Capt. Louis Griffin 
G. F. Tyner 
W. F. Bentley 
D. J. Leverett 

A. R. Krouse 
Sergeant J. R. Fulmer 

B. Purkall 

R. J. Wilkinson 
D. D. Barnard 



SECOND ROW 

(Reading Left to Right) 

2nd Lieut B. S. Stevens 
2nd Lieut. E. D. Pord 
R. McWee 
2rd Lieut. L. L. Youngblood 

D. Jennings 
R. Scoggins 
F. Stringer 
C. H. King 

1st Lieut. J. Moore 

W. Baikum 

H. W. Kennedy 

1st Sergeant W. Lewis 

E. Harrell 

C. A. Prather 
W. Girardct 
W. Turner 

W. Perkins 

A. Bell 

2nd Lieut. C. L. Battle 

1st Lieut. C. E. Beck worth 

D. Stevens 

Caot. D. McFaden 



THIRD ROW 
(Reading Left to Right) 
Sergeant H. Cloud 
Corporal W. H. Cooper 
Sergeant J. Andrews 
J. M. Kennedy 
C. E. Stringer 
A. Clcud 
W. M. Richardson 
Cat. B. B. Wynne 
Sergeant C. F. Strother 
L. E. Palmer 
A. R. Bruckner 
W. H. Baird 
C. Woodward 
R. Cary 

2nd Lieut. I. Widener 
Capt. A. L. Mason 




MILITARY 



Officers of Band 




Billy Wynne 
Drum Major 



Elizabeth Marsh 
Sponsor 




Allen Morris 
Captain 



Jennye Ruth Hill 
Sonsor 




Louis Griffin 
Captain of the Band 



Annabel Corley 
Sponsor 





Dan McFaden 
Captain 



Nancy Florence 
Sponsor 



M^M 



Jack Mason 
Captain of Drum Corps 




Martha Cooper 
Sponsor 



MILITARY 




Sabre Club 



OFFICERS 

CADET COLONEL HARRY MOBIEY President 

CADET MAJOR PARTRICK REDD Vice-President 

CADET LIEUTENANT-COLONFL ALEX DOREMUS Secretary 

CADET CAPTAIN CHARLES FORTUNE Treasurer 

CADET MAJOR WILLIAM KITCHENS Sergeant-at-Arms 




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Members of Sabre Club 



MILITARY 



COLONEL 
Mobley, Harry 

LT.-COLONELS 
Dcremus, Alex 
Hooper, Frank 

MAJORS 
Redd, Pat 
Gracey, Robert 
Kitchens, Bill 

CAPTAINS 
Pember, Fred 
Hall, C. 
Moloney, S. 
Cooper, D. 
Adams, L, 
Fortune, J. 
Lee, J. B. 



1ST. LIEUTENANTS 
Tice, L. 
Paulk, K. 
Calhoun, W. 
Ratteree, M. 
Long, B. 
Newman, L. 
Marshall, George 
Heggie, J. 
May, W. 
Nowell, J. 
Kelley, G. 
Towns, P. 
Popkin, H. 
Jones, R. 
Verdery, O. B. 
Wilheit, T. 
Simon, L. 
Moore, J. 



2ND LIEUTENANTS 
Levy, I. C. 
Askey, C. M. 
LeSueur, B. 
Powell, L. 
Cochrane, J. 
Weinstein, A. 
Barrett, A. 
Brotherton, C. 
Chandler, B. 
Stelling, H. 
Thompson, G. 
Gary, B. 
Lazenby, J. 
Stelling, C. 
Wilson, J. S. 
Martin, G. 
Balk, T. 
Lever, J. 



Stelling. Ed. 


Beckworth, C. E. 


Bailey, P. 


Jakes, William 




Covar, A. 


Fortune, C. 




Kreisburg, M. 


Young, W. L. 




Ouzts, J. 


Baker, Tom 




Fine, N. 


Hall, J. R. 




Powers, B. 


Martin, William 




Widener, J. 


Cooper, A. 




Battle, C. L. 


1 Heffernan, J. 




Youngblood, L. 


Morris, A. 




Pond, E. 


Griffin, L. 




Stevens, B. S. 


McFaden, D. 


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Edenfield, R. J. 






Mason, A. L. 








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Book Four 



FEATURES 



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SUPERLATIVES 



The Superlatives of 1936-37 



LENORA BROWN 
MARTHA BAILIE 
HARRY MOBLEY 



ALEX DOREMUS 



J. C. A. Sophomore Valedictcrian 

Regimental Sponsor 

Best All-Rcur.d I. C. A. Student 

Most Popular J. C. A. Sophomore Girl HELEN BOARDMAN 

Best AU-Rour.d J. C. A. Student i 
President of the Student Body \ 

Most Popular I. C A. Sophomore Boy JACK FORTUNE 

Most Popular J. C. A. Freshman Boy WILLIAM JAKES 

Most Popular J. C. A. Freshman Girl FANNIE BATTEY 

A. R. C. Senior Valedictorian PAUL BAILEY 

Best AU-Round A. R. C. Senior PRESTON TOWNS 

Most Popular A, R. C. Senior JACK OUZTS 

Best A. R. C. Athlete MILBURN RATTEREE 

LESLIE YOUNGBLOOD 



Stur.t Night Wirrers < 



PAUL BAILEY 
FRED ANDERSON 
JACK MASON 
BILLY POWERS 
MR. EWING, Director 




LENORA BROWN 

J. C. A. SOPHOMORE VALEDICTORIAN 




MARTHA BAILIE 

REGIMENTAL SPONSOR 



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BEST ALL-ROUND J. C. A. STUDENT 




HELEN BOARDMAN 

MOST POPULAR J. C. A. SOPHOMORE GIRL 



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MOST POPULAR J. C. A. SOPHOMORE BOY 




WILLIAM JAKES 

MOST POPULAR J. C. A. FRESHMAN BOY 



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LESLIE YOUNGBLOOD JACK MASON 
Aj PAUL BAILEt> ' ' BILLY POWERS 
^: FRED ANDERSON MR. GEO. EWING, Director 

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LITERARY 



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CAMPUS CLOSEUPS 

I. ON COMING TO SCHOOL: 

Darn that guy ! He wouldn't give yer a lift fer nothing, and me with my 
ears ha:f froze. This wind is enough to — gosh, thanks fer stoppin'. Oh, I 
don't mind the ratt'.es, just so I get there. You're a farmer, I s'pose. Just 
guessed. All those chicken crates tied on the hack, you know. Say, 
don'tcha think you got a flat — a trifle humpy, huh? What of it? Oh, 
nothin'. I sorter thought you might be interested in knowin'. Most people 
are. What makes you think I go to the Academy? My uniform? — some 
detective, I'll say! No. sir. next corner. Sure, I see. You can stop better 
here. No, sir, I'm not hurt — just didn't expect that door to open so easy. 
Well, thanks, old timer. So long! Hope you hold together 'til you get 
to town. Hey. Foozy, what's the time? Two minutes till? Thanks, (niess 
I better speed it up. Hang this shoestring! Darn it all, dropped 'em again. 
Books are a nuisance, anyhow. Wonder where all these papers and stuff 
came from? Gosh, there's Sally! Hey, Sally, wait up — WAIT! Don't 
then, snooty. See if I care, Miss Two-Timer. Girls can pick up some of 
the dumbest guys to associate \\-ith. Now wonder \\'here she coulda — darn 
it, I'm NOT wandering in the hall. So! I'm locked out again, huh. Just 
my luck. Open up, you mugs. It ain't no crime to be tardy. O. K., stare, 
you owl-eyed old bil.y-goat. I don't know, sir — musta started out too late. 
Yes, sir, I'll liring an excuse tomorrow. 

II. ON BEING DISMISSED FROM THE LIBRARY: 

Say, you can't do this to us ! Why, we wasn't batting an eye. It's whole- 
sale injustice; that'swhat it is! You just always THINK we're up to 
something. You can't prove it, though. No, sir, she can't prove it; can she 
fellows? Sassing you? You call a little self-defense sassing, I guess ! We're 
going, ain't we? Quit shovin', you fellows. Whatsa rush, anyhow? No- 
body's scared of that little woman. She won't do nothin'. Last guy down 
stairs is a monkey's uncle ! 

III. ON BEING OVERCOME IN THE HALLS: 

Gosh, grab a handkerchief quick, Sara! Mr. Scruggs is frying rotten eggs 
again. It's spring, you know, and the chemistry students must express 
themselves in some way or other. Bet a girl could make a fortune on 
clothes pins around here at this time of year. Really, we should go into 
business. Of course, gas-masks would come in handy — but they would 
be rather extreme, don't you think? Look, an open window in Mr. Simp- 
son's room. Ah, it's already over-crowded! Sa}', make 'em mo\e, wontcha? 
Oh,' nothin', I reckon. Guess T shouldn't have eaten so many hamburgers 
for lunch. 

IV. ON LOUNGING IN THE GIRLS' ROOM: 

Honey, did you notice that dress she was wearing? Well, you musta been 
blind. Red and ye'low, I'll have you know. It's like a slap in the face to 
look at it. No, Dot, I have not moved your lipstick. It's an ugly color, any- 
how. So'mebody reach up and open a window before we all smother. Hang 
it all, I coulda swore I hung my coat fifth hook from the mirror. Who's 
seen my tennis shoes? The ones I p'ay basketball in, foolish. I don't 
think she's one bit like Scarlett O'Hara. She's too jiuny, don'tcha think? 
Say, who broughtcha to the dance last night? I had all my no-breaks 
filled, too — and let me tell you, gal, my fifth one was a honey. Cute! Gee, 
that's mild. Oh, I wore my rose satin. Say, are you trying to tell me after 
all these years that Columbus didn't discover America? I don't care 
whatchoo read. We aren't arguing — we are just disagreeing. I did not 
lose your comb! As I was telling you, he said, "Sure," and I said, "Well, 
that's fine," and then he said — . I love the way you fix your hair. Wait, I 
think I know it now. England entered the Crimean War because . . . Ruby, 
nail polish is just what you need. Darn, there goes the buzz. I'll finish 
tellin' vou when I get back. 



ODE TO A GRAMMAR-SCHOOL TEACHER 
There they stood, like young globe hatters, with no salary enriched 
\Vaiting for the words momentous that the dextrous teacher pitched 
And she hurled the first one at them, like a nicely twisted ball, 
While the catcher right behind them was the horny-handed wall. 

The first boy struck and missed, and his face was deep!)' vexed, 
As the teacher scowled a cyclone and vociferated, "Next!" 
Then a fair-haired maiden tried it with some sympathetic aid, 
And avoiding certain blunders that her predecessor made ; 
But she happened, too, to wander from the orthographic text. 
And the teacher smiled in pit)' as she softly murmured, "Next!" 

Then a cross-eyed boy struck at it, who to this day spells by ear; 
And a red-haired girl attacked it with her pale eyes full of fear ; 
And the word f'.ew on till one bo}-, very ignorant, but sharp-eyed, 
Spelled it by the only method that had not as yet been tried. 

Then the teacher smiled approval, and with satisfaction said, 
"That is right, my studious scholar, you may go up to the head !" 

— Clarence Levy. 

JUNE 
The June-month, somewhere rhyming hours with sun, 
Dispatches southward May in mild invasion. 
Sends a prophet tongued with warm persuasion, 
Counsels May to treat of June's vacation — 
Interlude about to be begun. 

The campus drowses in a laz}' glow . . . 

A period bell divulges drifting hours . . . 

The restless student turns from books to flowers . . . 

Delightful June approaching is so slow ! 
The June-month, somewhere rhyming mirth with grief. 
Distills to perfect volume keen elation 
With a weight of youthful contemplation, 
Whence then this prolonged sweet-sad sensation — 

Nov^r the time remaining is but brief. 

Comes June, these students strolling' in each hall 

Must wear the cap and gown, take leave, endow 

To some true echo footsteps, voices now 

Alive — and not forev'r beyond recall. 
The June-month, somewhere rhyming hope with youth, 
Prepares a rose-jar in commemoration 
Of each precious, reverend association, 
Dedicated in the month of graduation 
To youth and hope — a psalm of lasting truth. 

— Lenora Brown. 

MISCHIEF IN THE MOON 
He held my hand — I know 'twas wrong — 
He kissed me, then he smiled, to wink; 
I told him, "Go away ! For shame !" 
I meant it, too, I almost think. 
And then he laughed and looked at me. 
While both his arms closed 'round me tight; 
(There's mischief in, the moon, some say; 
I know there was that wondrous night.) 
And then I spoke, "Oh, let me go ! 
You mustn't! Don't you know it's wrong?" 
But when he said, "I love you, sweet," 
The sin turned to a lovely song. 

— Martha Louise Cooper. 



COLLEGIAN 

Lounger along- campus paths, indolent 

Swaggerer in rough sports clothes, idler musing over 

curling smoke-rings, lover of the mellow smells of jacket 
wool and briar smoke in the winey air. A varsity 
letter across his chest. Siow, loyal 
Listener at dull lectures, dreamer through dry lectures, 

whimsical dreamer of dreams whimsical as breeze-driven 
smoke and brown leaves. An open book before him unread. 
Pencil-tapping 
Scribbler of love-runes to a star-eyed scribbler across the 

aisle. The brown leaves and the brown campus path and 
the scribbler across the aisle are responsible for the 
book unread. 

Whistler of jazz tunes. 
Blower of raucous jazz horns, 
Member of Rho Chi, 

Contributor to Musketeer and mouthpiece of student council. 
Blithe 
Dabbler in wisdom, laughing 

Painter of laughing fantasies. 
Composer of harmonies, rough and deep and 
vibrant with life. 
Squanderer of energy, free 

Spender of promised tomorrows. 

Answerer of unanswerables, fretting to answer 
where gray heads save breath. 
Challenger of a restive world, youth 

and strength and burning ideal impatient to try 
against age and cunning, and straining to taste 
the glory in the cups of old unyielding warriors. 
Reaper of stars, impatient to reap, and, in doing, 
to break free of the palsied old hand that seeks 
to count under the wrist the strong pulse, and 
that cannot count for feeling always its own slow 
pulse beats. 

Lover of whole life, ardent 
Defender of youth, the 
youth that is the tall proud lounger 
along the campus path. 

— Lenora Brown. 



CHEMISTRY 

C — an you learn the names of elements? 

H — ave test tubes full of junk 

E — xplode due to reactions of 

M — agnesium or some bunk? 

I — f you dislike the odors of 

S — ulphur, chlorine, glue, 

T — ry some other science, 

R — emember this is not for you. 

Y — ou see this human derelict? 

Observe poor, gibbering me, 

And take this moral from the sight; 

'Twas done bv "Chemistree." 



CAPITAL PUNISHMENT 

I've got to make a ninety-five 
On this silly test ; 
I've got to be a "sweet girl" 
And try to do my best ; 

I've got to get a good report 
By hook, or crook, or chance; 
I've got to do it. Mother says. 
Or I can't go to the dance. 

Martha Louise Cooper. 



FROM ME— TO YOU 

If a song were sung 

To the tune of love, 
And the words came out of the blue; 

If the song were sung 

By a whispering breeze, 
The song's from me to you. 

If a flower buds 

At the edge of a brook, 
Fragrant in scent and in hue ; 

If the flower's plucked, 

Sacrificed to love, 
The flower's from me to you. 
If an ode is composed 

By a Master's pen 
That seems to caress and woo 

With a rhythm that ripples 

And runs through your heart, 
The poem's from me to you. 

The song and the flower. 

The passionate rhyme. 
And add a heart that is true ; 

A love that's eternal, 

A love that is strong — 
All that — from me to you. 

— Martha Louise Cooper 



MEDODRAMA 

THE SCENE: 

Modest hamlet, sunny dell. 
Corner bar-room, village well; 
Rustic background, harvest crop, 
Painted on the canvas drop. 

CHARACTERS: 

City villain, moustached, mean, . 
Lovely Nell, the village queen, 
Stalwart Jack, whom she prefers. 
And several moss-backed villagers. 

PLOT: 

Lovely Nell's enticed away 
By a pretense one fine day ; 
She spurns the villain, no avail; 
The villain ties her to^ the rail. 

CLIMAX: 

Stalwart Jack, all out of breath. 
Snatched her from the jaws of death ; 
Villain gets an awful biff, 
And crashes off the card-board cliff. 

FINALE: 

Toward the village, then, go back 
Lovely Nell and Stalwart Jack ; 
"Bless you, children," says her pop; 
Let the big green curtain drop. 

— Martha Louise Cooper 



WISDOM IN MY NURSERY RHYMES 

Sing a song of six-pence, 

A pocket full of rye; 

A brain that's crammed with Algebra, 

Theorems — and pi. 

When the brain's matured. 

And knowledge ought to sing, 

Why, then is when you realize 

You don't know a doggone thing! 



"I fear you'll be forgetting me, 
He says in tones polite; 
I am, indeed, for getting him, 
That's why he's here tonight. 



I sat me down and thought profound. 
This maxim wise I drew : 
'Tis easier far to love a man 
Than make a man love you. 



Your car it not as swell as Tom's, 

You dance much worse than Fred, 

You haven't got a line like Bill, 

Nor are you blond, like Ted ; 

You aren't a football star, like Bob, 

Or a millionaire, like Lee — 

So you wonder why I love you — - 

Well, the others don't love me. 



Mark me as a worthless creature, 

Stupid, full of tricks, 
Void of a redeeming feature. 

Crafty, good for nix. 
Speak of me as being lazy, 

Brand me as a brute — 
But never, never, never 

Dare to call me cute 1 



I sat me down and studied. 

Studied ! Nay, I crammed 
My brain quite full of useless things. 

Before it was exammed ! 



What's the use of livin'? 

You'll die. 
What's the use of lovin'? 

You'll cry. 
What's the use of kissin'? 

He'll tell. 
What's the use of anything? 

Oh, hell! 



-Martha Louise Cooper 



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ERMINE CATER 
BETTE FARR 
FANNIE BATTEY 
BETTE IRVIN 
HELEN BOARDMAN 
DOROTHY LACKMAN 
ELIZABETH HOWARD 
KATHRYN WILCOX 
MARGUERITE MUSTIN 
LEOLINE BLACK 




MISS BETTY IRVIN 

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MISS FANNIE BATTEY 

MOST BEAUTIFUL FRESHMAN 




MISS ELIZABETH HOWARD 

MOST BEAUTIFUL SOPHOMORE 




MISS MARGUERITE MUSTIN 

FASHIONABLE SOPHOMORE 







MISS ERMINE CATER 

FASHIONABLE SOPHOMORE 




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SABRE CLUB'S SELECTION AS ONE OF THREE MOST BEAUTIFUL 






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Book Five 



ATHLETICS 




Football Stadium 



Athletic Committee for 1937-1938 



George A. Sancken, Chairman 

Harry Creamer 

D. F. Philpot 

Frank J. Miller, Sr. 

F. R. Miles 

A. J. Kilpatrick 

A. M. McAuliffe 



C. M. Ethredge, Traesurer 

James Harbin 

T. J. Fender 

W. W. Barr 

J. L. Skinner 

A. P. Markert 

J. G. McDonald, Athletic Director 




LUCKY 



GRESSETTE 



EVViiNG 



Football Coaches 



Head Football Coach 



Mr. J. C. "Big- Six" Lucky 



Assistant Football Coach 



Mr. R. E. "Bob" Gressette 



"B" Varsity Coach 



Mr. G. W. "George" Ewing 




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Cheer Leaders 



Dorothv Lackman Ermine Cater 

Charles Fortune Jack Fortune 

Charles Bruce 





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'A" Varsity Football 



MEMBERS 

Bottom row, reading from left to right — ^Laurens, P.; Scurlock, B; Epps, J.; 

Curtis, J.; Ratteree, W. L. ; Graham, S. ; McNair, M., Captain; Caver, H. ; 

Cave, O'Neal; Thompson, G. ; Beckman, J.; Seigler, P. 

Second row, reading- left to right — Powers, B., Manager; Smith, E. ; Moody, 

E.; Hardy T. ; Johnson, E. S. ; Buck, C. ; Ratteree, M.; Baker, H.; 

Young, J. ; Coles, S. ; Sancken, G, ; Avery, G. ; Boeckman, T. ; 

Marsh. A. ; Lucky, J. C, Coach. 

Top row — George Ewing, Coach; Tarte, T. ; Baker, H. K. ; Askey, C. M. ; 

Devanney, C. ; Cater, I; Ivey, H. ; Xixon, J.; Towns, P.; Messery, B. ; 

Daley, J.; Loyal, R. ; Ross. L. ; Gressette, R., Coach. 

G. W. Ewing. J, C. Luckv. R. E. Gressette, Coaches 



Football 



The 1937 football season went down as the worst season Richmond 
Academy has ever experienced. Puit this is nii fau t of the fellows that belonged 
to the 1937 team. 

Although it was the wurit sea. on for the .Academy, it can he said, and 
has been said, that the 1937 team was the "fightinnest" team A. R. C. has 
put on the field in many \ears. 

^^'ith onl_\' two lettermen Ijack from the 1936 team. Coaches Lucky and 
Gressette did a gXK.d job as far as the cnaching part goes. 

Richmond'. enjo}ed only two victories: over Langley-Bath High School 
in a pre-season game, and over Commercial High. But we held three cham- 
pionship teams to less than 13 ])oints apiece. 

The season's results were as follows : 



Richmond 



31 Langley-Bath 

8 Gh'nn Academ}- 12 

Charleston High 12 

Spaitanburg High 13 

GafTney High 12 

7 Commercial High 6 

Savannah High 43 

Columbia High 44 

Tech High 51 

Lanier High 31 

Monroe Aggies 12 



The Musketeers will be on 'the field in '38 with revenge in their hearts; 
so look out S H. S., C. H, S., and T. H. S. 




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MEMBERS 

Bottom row, reading left to right — C. Twilley Assistant Manager, F. Johnson, 

E. Wiggins, B. Mitchum, C. Hardy. C. Starr, Mac. Rhodes 

A. Ward, Marvin Bonzo, Joe Saxon. 

Second row, reading left to right — Coach Ewing, Manager Wade Stuart, 

Harry Paulos. O. Purvis, R. Xelson, Clifford Strother, C. Boswell, 

B. Coles, Joe Rivers, Carl Lawrence, Asst. Coach C. Stulb. 

Players not in picture — Bobby Baker, H. Griifin, E. Gay, J. Fitz- 
gerald, Robt. Smith, Bill Broome. C. E. Adams. J. Herrington, 
Albert Ingram. J. Timmerman. Wayne Barnes, Paul 
Plunkett, Harry Parrish, I. Daitch. A. 
Bruckner, Chas. Mitchell. O. Gordon. 

G. AV. Ewing. C. Stulb. Coaches. 



1936 "B^^ Varsity Football Schedule 





Visitors 


A. R. C. 


Langley-Bath 








Louis\ille 


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18 


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Graniteville 


6 


19 


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Lincolnton 


7 


13 



As in the past the "B" varsity again enjoyed a most successful season 
by winning four games from a six-game schedule. The usual material that 
covers such a page as this is brief sketches of the games played, usually giv- 
ing credit to one or two players. In place of this, the coaching staff would 
like to take this opportunity to praise the spirit exemplified by each member 
of the squad in the games included on our schedule. 

It is in this branch of our athletic program that one sees real boys playing 
a real game for the pleasure that they all seem to receive from their participa- 
tion. 

It is "on this side of the road" that we try to train the younger boy in 
the fundamentals of the game so that he may be prepared, later to venture 
across the road and play with the "A" varsity. 

Each member of the squad who attended practice each day and who 
showed the well known "B" varsity competitive spirit was rewarded at the 
end of the season by being presented a certificate drawn up in a very attrac- 
tive form. This is the first time that the boys have ever received any acknowl- 
edgement of their efforts 

There remains only one other point to' make : the splendid co-operation 
and spirit. The boys lost one of the best coaches that they ever had, one who 
had been untiring in his efforts and one who had for the past few years 
worked wonders for the "B" varsit}'. Yet, the new staff received the same 
co-operation that Coach Charlie Royston had received in the past. 





"A" Varsity Basketball Squad 



Bottom Row, reading left to right — J. Epps, P. Towns, L. Yee, T. Gleeson. 

Top row, reading left to right — O. Cave, W. L. Ratteree, Parrish, 
C. Strother. Coach Rovston. 





LETTERS EARNED IN 1936-1937 SEASON 

Ratteree, M. McNair, M. 
Baker, H. K. Ratteree, W. L. 
Sancken, G. Cave, L. 
Avery, G. Thompson, G. 
Boeckman, T. Moody, E. 
Tarte, H. Hardy, L. 
Askey, C. Johnson, E. S. 
Ross, L. I^.uck, C. 











Basketball Season for 1936-1937 



When Coach Charlie Royston called for basketbal: i:>ractice to begin, 
it was suspected by members of last year's team, which included three letter- 
men, that prospects were exceedingly liright. 

The members of the teani elected Preston Towns for the captain. 

The schedule called for the first games at Savannah. The half caught 
B. C. ahead 7-6. After that the boys of A. R. C. could not get going and B. C. 
won, 26-12. Towns played liest for Richmond. 

On the following night they were engaged with Savannah High. Off to 
an earl}' lead. Savannah easilv won, 43-28. Towns again showed up best. 

Then came the heart-ljreaking game with Columbia High. After coming 
from far behind to take a 28-27 lead with only twenty seconds to play, every- 
thing went wrong and Columbia scored five points to win. Parrish scored 12 
points, with every man playing well. 

Then Lady Luck changed her attitude and the Musketeers romped on 
the same Columbia team 26-20. The next night the Cadets got revenge for 
their loss to B. C. by giving them a sizeable beating, 25-15. 

Savannah came to town and again got off to an earlv lead, Avinning 
31-16. 

Then came the Sporters, city champions, and Avera. Both were beaten 
19-16, with good guarding being seen rather than much shooting. Lum Yee 
played well. 

A trip to Anderson ended in a 33-20 defeat. In a return game, the Mus- 
keteers got off to an early lead, but were beaten in the dying minutes, 29-26. 
Milburn Ratteree and Parrish were the goal-getters for A. R. C, Ratteree get- 
ting 7, and Parrish 9. 

Then came the journey to the annual G. I. A. A. Richmond lost for the 
second straight year to Commercial in the first game. The score was 31-18. 



The Musketeers are now waiting for next year and a more enjoyable 



season. 



Richmond Academy 



13 Benedictine College 

28 Savannah High 

28 Columbia High 

26 Columbia High 

25 Benedictine College 
19 Savannah High 

19 Spartanburg High 

19 Avery High 

20 Anderson High 

26 Anderson High 
18 Commercial High 



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MEMBERS 

Bottom Row, reading left to right — G. Gilbert, O. B. Verdery, 
W. B. Jones, and J. Cooper. 

Top row, reading left to right — Al Markwalter (Mgr.), C. 
Sancken, R. Krouse, J. Kearns, and C. Stulb, Coach 



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Not in Picture — A. Ingram and W. Barnes. 



B'' Varsity Basketball 



For the first time in the hist-.iry of the school. Academy has l)een 
represented hy a "B" \'arsit\' team, in addition to the "A" team. 

Because of the large number of candidates that reported for practice, 
and their eagerness to show what they could do, it was decided to organize 
the "B" team. 

Although the men were inexperienced, they showed plenty of fight, and 
shou'd be the first team in the years tO' come. 

The team consisted of Roy Krouse, center; "Bubber" Verdery and 
Eugene Gilbert, forwards; Jimmy Cooper and George Sancken, guards; 
Barnes. Jones and Kearns, substitutes. The team was coached by Charlie 
Stulb. wha did a very good jol). 

The teams which they played were: Wrens, Bearing. Evans. "Y". 
Junior A. Z, A.'s, Enterprise, Saint Luke, and Harlem, They were beaten by- 
each of the teams but found revenge in return games with Evans, "Y". A. 
Z. A.'s, Enterprise, and Saint Luke. 



1936-1937 BASKETBALL SCORES 



'B" Varsit^ 



9 
12 
14 
19 
25 
11 
26 
25 
22 
31 
16 
23 
32 
43 
23 



Bearing 27 

Wrens 25 

Evans 21 

Y. M H. A. Junior 21 

Y. M. C, A, Junior 19 

Harlem 21 

Saint Luke 67 

May Park 10 
Jefiferson A. C. (Savannah) 34 

Sons of Pericles 9 

Y, M. C, A, Junior 21 

Saint Luke 19 

Evans "B" Team 22 

Enterprise 32 

Y. M. H. A, Junior 20 





J. C. A. Girls Basketball Team 

Coach A. F. Simpson 



Valerie Mandt, Manager 

Ruth Waller 

Ann Stu'.b 

Allen Cutts 

Ada Frances Davidson 

Nancy Florence 

Vivienne O'Byrne 



Dorothy Lackman 
Evelyn Short 
Amelia Craig 
Betty Farr 
Edna Harrell 
Jane Paquette 
Mildred Thiot 



J. C. A. Basketball 1937 



The junior College lussketba.l season enjoyed one of its best records in 
}ears, winning 16 out of 19 games on its schedule and losing only three. Their 
only defeats were handed to them twice by Evans, Trade District Champions, 
and once by Danberry, Tenth District Champions. Even over these teams, 
J. C. A. enjoyed victory at one time or another. 

Even though Dot Xewman, Ardene Mershon, and Alartha Herman, last 
year's stellar players, did not return ; Edna Harre.l and Elizabeth Howard 
were back to hold down their regular forward positions, and Vivienne ( )'Ryrne, 
versatile star, who is capable of filling either the guard or forward position. 
Other veterans back this year were Joyce Lawrence, Dot Lackman , Nancy 
Florence, Ruth Wader, and Ermine Cater. With these stand-bys plus the 
incoming Material, the J. C. A. team reaches a higher peak this j'ear than 
ever before. It developed a formidable defense, as displayed by the fact that 
a fewer number of points were scored on the team than in previous years. 

At no time during the season was the ambitious, cumpetitive spirit and 
team work of the Jaguars better than at the onset. After seven consecutive 
victories, the team received its first defeat at the hands of Evans. After this 
the team lost its momentum, which it failed to recover throughout the remain- 
der of the schedule. As a result of the untiring efiforts of Coach Simpson — the 
accurate shooting and careful fioorwork of Edna Harrell, Elizabeth Howard, 
and Anne Stulb, together with the expert guarding of Vivienne O'Byrne, 
contributed to the success of the entire season. 



1937 SCHEDULE 



December 4, 1936 
December 15, 1936 
December 18, 1936 
January 1, 1937 
January 9, 1937 
January 22, 1937 
January 23, 1937 
January 28, 1937 
January 30, 1937 
February 5, 1937 
February 9, 1937 
February 12, 1937 
February 16, 1937 
February 18, 1937 
February 19, 1937 
February 22, 1937 
February 23, 1937 
February 27, 1937 
March 2, 1937 



Junior College 



27 


Evans Academy 


25 


35 


Dearing 


17 


32 


Vidette 


9 


40 


Dearing 


22 


28 


Wrens 


17 


26 


Vidette 


16 


33 


Leah High 


21 


21 


Evans Academy 


23 


29 


Savannah High 


18 


20 


Danburg 


28 


42 


Bath, S. C. 


14 


24 


Danburg 


16 


15 


Wrens 


10 


36 


Hickman Park 


23 


12 


Evans 


19 


33 


Bartow 


23 


46 


Bath 


19 


26 


Faculty 


22 


50 


Hickman Park 


11 





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Bottom RoAV — Jimmy Nowell. Bennie LeSueur, Richard Hennies, Henry 

Ca^•er. Guyton Thompson, Boyce Long, Teddy Carrigan 

Wade Sneed, Charles Davant, Manager. 

Kneeling — David Wright, Edwin Marsh, Edgar Skinner, Louis Ross, Jack 
Atkinson, RoMey Cook, Hal Prouty. Bobby Baker. 

Standing — Coach Bolton, Sol Busch, Tom Boeckman, Preston Towns, Al 

Barnes, O'Neal Cave, Jones Epps. George (Pro) Sancken, Idis 

Cater, Thomas Harveston. (^Igr.), H. B. Allen, (Algr.) 



A. R. C. Track Team 



100- Yard Dash — Carrigan. Thomijson, Ca\e. Bradley, Hines, Caver, and Epps. 

Shot Put — Prouty, Boeckman, A\ery. 

High Jump — Towns, Sneed, Prout}'. and Sancken. 

220- Yard Dash — Long, Carrigan, Cave, Thompson, and Bradley. 

Broad Jump — Baker, Ca^-er, JMarsh, and Burch. 

440-Yard Run — Long, Thompson. 

120-Yard High Hurd'e — Towns and Sneed. 

Discus Throw — Prouty. Avery 

200-Yard' Low Hurdles — Baker, Towns, and Sneed. 

880-Yard Run — LeSueur and Hennies. 

One-Mile Run — LeSueur and Hennies 

Pole Vault — Baker, Fuller, Lee, and Caver. 

Javelin Thro-w — Avery and Gleason. 

Half-AIile Relay — (1) Carrigan, Baker. Thompson, Long, Bradley, Cave, Caver 





J. C. A. Golf Team 

Coach A. F. Simpson 
Earl Waller Herbert Stelling 

Joe Heffernan Bi.I Kennedy 

Jack Jordan Patrick Redd 

1937 SCHEDULE 

March l<^' — S. C. University at Columbia. 

March 20 — Parris Island Marines here. 

March 27 — Armstrong Junior College here. 

March 29 — S. C. University here. 

April 1 — Georgetown University here. 

April 2 — Davidson College here. 

April 3 — Parris Island Marines at Parris Island 

April 9 — Presbyterian College here. 

April 16 — Armstrong Junior College at Savannah. 



The scores so far are as follows : 



J. C. A. 
JC A. 



6/. 
311/ 



S. C. University . 11^ 
Parris Island '. . 13>4 



At present, the players are: Jack Jordan, "Tubln" \\'aller. Max Hill, 
Herliert Stelling, and P>ill Kennedy, Jr., Manager. 




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Coach A. F. Simpson 



Steve Mulherin 
Joe Mulherin 
George Sancken 
Harcourt Waller 



Charles Whaley 
Joe Ogilvie 
Jack Waller 
Jimmie Lee 



1937 SCHEDULE 

Saturday, March 27 — Columbia High in Augusta. 
Saturday, April 3 — U. S. Marines at Parris Island 
Friday, April 9 — Athens H^gh in Augusta. 
Saturday, April 17 — Columljia High in Columbia. 
Friday, April 23 — Athens High in Athens. 
Saturday, April 2^1 — G. M. A. in Augusta 
Friday, May 7 G. L A. A. Golf Tournament in Macon. 

The Golf Team for this year is almost the same as last year's. The team 
is composed of Jimmy Lee, Charles Whaley, Joe Mu.herin. Joe Ogilvie, Steve 
Mulherin, Jackie Waller and Harcourt Waller. The Junior College and Aca- 
demy teams, combined, defeated the U. S. Marines of Parris Island March 20. 

The Golf Team should win ail matches this year as there is very little 
competition. The team should also do much better in the G. I. A. A. Golf 
Tournament. 





J. G A. Tennis Team 







MEMBERS 






F. 


Robinson 


L. 


Xewnian 




G. 


Rhodes 


H. 


Stelling 




A. 


Redd 


L. 


McFaden 




B. 


Glickert 


\\' 


Wallace 




C. 


Fortune 


Ml 


. Simpson, 


Coach 



This year the Junior College is turning out the strongest tennis team in 
the history of this institution. 

Only three members of last year's team are now on the scjuad : Charles 
Fortune, who played at No. 4 last year is one of the most dependable men on 
the team. Bobby Glickert, the No. 1 man on last year's team is back, and 
promises to be even better than he was last year. The other man is Dan Mc- 
Faden. who' also played \\eli last year. 

Joining these veterans are "Wish" Redd, Richmond's No 1 man last 
year, and Frank Robinson, No. 2 man on last year's Academy team. Both of 
these boys play very good tennis and may oust both Fortune and Glickert 
from the No. 1 and No. 2 ])ositions. Lewis Newman, Herbert Steiling, and 
Walstein Wallace will he in the running for varsity posts 

In the doul)les. Redd will pair up with Glickert, Robinstm with Stelling, 
and Fortune with Newman. All three of these combinations will be hard to 
beat in competition. 

The schedule for this year is the most ambitious ever attempted by the 
squad, since they will engage Presbyterian College, Wofiford, Furman, Arm- 
strong Juniiir College and the University of Georgia. 




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Coach A. F. Simpson 
Wardlaw May Billy Calhoun 

Lloyd Stanford Johnny Kearns 

Jim Daly Luke Rushton 

O. B. Verdery Nea! Fine 

Game ! Set ! Match ! Richmond ! These should ht familiar words to the 
Richmond racquet wielders at the end of the season. 

Tennis felt the lost of last year's graduation rather keen!}'. Out of the 
five lettermen of the fine "36" squad, on'.y Billy Calhoun returned. 

The squad is composed of Calhoun, Daly, Kearns, Verdery, Gilbert, Stan- 
ford, Fine, and Rushton. At the time the Annual goes to press, Billy Calhoun, 
Jim Daly, John Kearns, and "Bubber" Verdery are counted on for the first 
four positions, while Gilbert and Stanford are fighting it out for the fifth spot. 
Neal Fine and Luke Rushton are also making a strong bid for the team. 
The first match on the 1937 schedule, with Porter^. Militar}^ Academy, on 
March 20, was ca.led ofif on account^ of rain, and two others played prior to 
publication of the Annual, with Anderson in Anderson, and Greenville here, 
were won by the loca': team, 7-0 and 5-2, respectively. 

The entire schedule follows : 

Mar. 20— P. M. A. here. .A.pri: 

Mar. 26 — -Anderson there. April 

Mar. 27 — Greenville here. April 

April 2 — Savannah here. April 

April 9 — Anderson here. May 7- 



10 — Greenville there. 
17— P. M. A. there. 
23 — Savannah the^re. 
24 — G. M. A. here. 

G.LA.A. Tournament, Macon 





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ACTIVITIES 



ACTIVITIES 




J. C. A. "Rainbow^^ Staff 

CHARLES HOUSTON j 

f Associate Editors-in-Chief 

HELEN BOARDMAN 1 

ALEX DOREMUS Business Manager 

JACK MASON Assistant Business Manager 

DOROTHY LAZENBY Literary Editor 

CLARENCE LEVY Assistant Literary Editor 

lANE PAQUETTE Sports Editor 

PHILIP WILHEIT Military Editor 

DOROTHY LACKMAN Art Editor 

PAT REDD Picture Editor 

BETTY WHITE Activities Editor 

EVELYN SHORT / 

C Circulation Managers 

FREDERIC PEMBER ' 

E. M. ALLEN Faculty Adviser 



ACTIVITIES 




A. R. C. "Rainbow" Staff 



BLAND GOODWIN . 
LESLIE YOUNGBLOOD 
JACK OUZTS I 

BILLY WHEELESS / 
PAUL BAILEY J 

BILLY COCHRANE / 
BOBBY MAXWELL . 
ORVII.I.El VERDERY . 
EUGENE GOETCHIUS 
NEAL FINE . . . 
ROY SMITH I 

RILEY FULMER f 

JOHN GLOVER . . 
CHRIS PAPPAS . . 
E. M. ALLEN 



Editor-in-Chief 
Business Manager 

Assistant Business Managers 



Literary Editors 



Assistant Literary Editor 

Sports Editor 

Military Editor 

. Art Editor 



Activities Editors 

Circulation Manager 

Picture Editor 

Faculty Adviser 



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ACTIVITIES 




PAUL BAILEY 
ALEX BARRETT 
TOM BOECKMAN 
BILLY COCHRANE 
ALEX DOREMUS 
CHARLIE HOUSTON 
GORDON KELLY 
WILLIAM KENNEDY 



Gold "R" Society V~? f^;^ 



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BILL KITCHENS 
JAMES LAZENBY 
CLARENCE LEVY 
JACK MASON 
LEWIS NEWMAN 
JACK OUZTS 
HARRY POPKIN 
"DUSTY" RHODES 
MR. J. M. ELLIS, Faculty Adviser 



FRANK ROBINSON 
LEON SIMON 
HERBERT STELLING 
CHARLIE STULB 
DENO THEVAOS 
PRESTON TOWNS 
ORVILLE VERDERY 
EARL WALLER 
LESLIE YOUNGBLOOD 




Since its founding in 1931, the Gold "R" Society has been recognized as the outstanding 
honor organization of the Academy. The purpose of the Society is to stimulate the interest of the 
student at the Academy of Richmond County in all phases of school activity, and to recognize 
such interest by election of outstanding students to its membership. To be eligible for member- 
ship, a student must earn a total of forty honor points distributed in at least three of the following 
phases of school life: Scholarship, Athletics, R. O. T. C, and Student Activities. Not more than half 
of the total points may be obtained in any one group. Although the Gold "R" Society is not a 
scholastic honor organization, no student v^ith an unsatisfactory' scholastic record will be eligible 
for membership, because such a student is not considered a representative student of the Academy. 

Points are awarded in the Scholastic group for satisfactory completion of school work, with 
extra points awarded for honor grades. Points are awarded in Athletics for participation in 
football, basketball, track, tennis, and golf, with extra points to members of teams who receive 
letters or win tournaments. Points are awarded in the Military group for advancement in the 
R. O. T. C. and for membership on the Rifle Team. Points are awarded in the Student Activities 



ACTIVITIES 




Gold "R" Charter Members (1931) 



WALTER BELL 
MATT GRACEY 
JAMES SKINNER 
THEO CASWELL 



OLIVER ANDERSON 
H. O. CLARK 
DICK WADE 
ANDERSON BAILIE 



JACK WHITNEY 
MORRIS FULTON 
W. C. BOYD 
FRANK MULHERIN 



MR. E. M. ALLEN, Faculty Adviser 




Group for "work on school publications, lor election to class olfices or the Student Council, for 
participation in the Glee Club and Orchestra, the Debating Teams, Declamation and Orotorical 
Contests, and the Literary Societies, or for the winning of special contests reflecting credit on the 
school. At least five points must be made in this group. 

Elections are announced at the close of each semester by the Honors Committee of the 
Academy faculty. This committee passes on all applications for election to membership, and has 
the power to revise membership requirements to meet changing conditions in school activities. 
The committee is also required to pass upon the character of any applicant before he is even 
considered for election to membership, and any member who fails to live up to the highest 
standards of character -will be dropped from membership and required to surrender his Gold "R". 
The Honors Committee for this year consists of the following members: Dr. J. M. Ellis, Chairman, 
and -Mr. E. M. Allen, Mr. J, M. Buckner, Mr. I. T. Hains, Mr. C. H. Mitchell, and Mr. G. M. Scott. 



ACTIVITIES 



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Phi Theta Kappa 

(National Honorary Scholastic Fraternity^ 



HELEN BOARDMAN 


SARAH DUNAWAY 


DOROTHY LACKMAN 


LENORA BROWN 

CAROLYN CRESON 

ADA FRANCES DAVIDSON 


ROBERT ELLISON 
WILLIAM EVANS 
VERA GUNN 


DOROTHY LAZENBY 
MARIAN MARTIN 
CAMILLA RUTHERFORD 
MR. C. G. CORDLE (honorary) 


ALEX DOREMUS 


MARGARET KFII.Y 


MR. E. M. ALLEN (honorary) 



ACTIVITIES 




KdMrJA^fr 




Student Council 



PRESIDENT ALEX DOREMUS 

VICE-PRESIDENT CHARLES FORTUNE 

SECRETARY-TREASURER HELEN BOARDMAN 

FACULTY ADVISER .... . . MR. A. F. SIMPSON 







Members 






J. C. A. SOPHOMORES 


A. 


R. C. SENIORS 


A. 


R. C. SOPHOMORES 


Alex Doremus 




Jack Ouzts 




J. R. Edwards 


Charles Fortune 




Orville Verdery 




Louis Ross 


Helen Boardman 




Clarence Boston 




L. Battey 


]. C. A. FRESHMEN 


A. 


R. C. JUNIORS 


A. 


R. C. FRESHMEN 


William Kennedy 




Guyton Thompson 




Ralph Chaney 


Gordon Kelly 




Jimmie Nowell 




E. Wolfe 


Charles Stulb 




W. Barnes 




B. Cooper 



ACTIVITIES 




ACTIVITIES 



J. C. A. Pre-Law Club 



First Semester Officers 

PRESIDENT ALEX DOREMUS 

VICE-PRESIDENT - ROBERT McLARTY 

SECRETARY JIMMY HUNGERPILLAR 

TREASURER RANDOLPH JONES 

SERGEANT-AT-ARMS MARVIN HOLLEY 

Second Semester Officers 

PRESIDENT MARVIN HOLLEY 

VICE-PRESIDENT JOE HEFFERNAN 

SECRETARY , . . . . HARRY MOBLEY 

TREASURER JACK HARTER 

SERGEANT-AT-ARMS JIMMY HUNGERPILLAR 

FACULTY ADVISER MR. C. G. CORDLE 



Members 



Alva Cooper 
Alex Doremus 
Charles Farr 
Bert Gary 
Jack Harter 
Joe Heffernan 
Marvin Holley 
Charles Houston 
James Hungerpillar 



Bill Jakes 
Randolph Jones 
Gordon Kelly 
William Kennedy 
I. C. Levy 
Ed. Martin 
Jack Mason 
Harry Mobley 
Dan McFaden 



Robert McLarty 
Frank Robinson 
George Rhodes 
Sam Saye 
Fred Scott 
Herbert Stelling 
Deno Thevaos 
Al Redd 
Philip Wilheit 



ACTIVITIES 



RHOCHI PRE-MEDICAL CLUB 




ACTIVITIES 



Rho Chi Pre^Medical Club 



Officers 

PRESIDENT ROBERT ELLISON 

VICE-PRESIDENT SIM MORRIS 

SECRETARY JOE LEWIS 

TREASURER TOM CLARY 

SERGEANT-AT-ARMS WORTH ZEAGLER 

LEWIS TYCE 



SCRIBE 










Members 




Charles Berry 


Robert Rice 




Tom Clary 


J. M. Snelling 




Robert Ellison 


Herbert Templeton 




Joe Lewis 


Leslie Turner 




Sim Morris 


Lewis Tyce 




Bill Pierce 


Worth Zeagler 











ACTIVITIES 




ACTIVITIES 



J. C. A. Hi-Y 



Officers 

PRESIDENT SIMEON MORRIS 

VICE-PRESIDENT HARRY MOBLEY 

SECRETARY ,...■. ROBERT ELLISON 

TREASURER ALEX DOREMUS 

SERGEANT-AT-ARMS lACK JORDAN 



Members 



Tom Clary 
Alva Cooper 
Alex Doremus 
Robert Ellison 
Jimmy Elixson 
Robert Gracey 
John Hall 
Joe Heffernan 
Clarence Irwin 
Bill Jakes 



Randy Jones 
Jack Jordan 
Bill Kitchens 
Harry Mobley 
Sim Morris 
Fred Pember 
Fred Scott 
Herbert Stelling 
Deno Thevoas 
Earl Waller 
Philip Wilheit 



ACTIVITIES 




J. C. A. Hi-Y-# 

Officers 

PRESIDENT HELEN BOARDMAN 

VICE-PRESIDENT ANN COTTER 

SECRETARY ELIZABETH MADDOX 

TREASURER ANN STULB 

ADVISERS .... MISSES EMMA TWIGGS AND MARGARET BAILIE 

Members 

Mary Barnes Camilla Rutherford 

Leoliiie Black Evelyn Short 

Helen Boardman Ann Stulb 

Margaret Broome Mildred Thiot 

Annabel Corley Margaret Twiggs 

Martha Cooper Margaret Walters 

Amelia Craig (No* in Picture) 

Ada Frances Davidson Margaret Lofving 

Hazel Jackson Ann Cotter 

Elizabeth Maddox Vivienne O'Byrne 
Elizabeth Marsh 



ACTIVITIES 




Richmond Hi-Y 



Members 



George Sancken 
Jimmy Lee 
Tom Baker 
Charlie Brotherton 
Billy Wheeless 
Grady McRae 
Charles Middlebrooks 



Pat Calhoun 
Lucian Chaney 
Henry Claussen 
Joe Curtis 
Jack Mains 
Marvin McNair 
Jimmy Nowell 



Billy Powers 
Harry Pund 
Melvin Ratteree 
Tom Usry 
Harcourt Waller 
Charles Whaley 



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ACTIVITIES 




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BOTTOM ROW: 
(Reading Left to Right) 

Mack Rhodes 
Jim Hull 
Joey Fuller 
O. B. Verdery 
T. Carrigan 
G. Thompson 

SECOND ROW 
Tom Gwin 
Joe Mulherin 
B. Kuhlke, 
Jack Waller 
Alfred Battey 
Wocdall Green 



THIRD ROW 

Mac Rose! 
Bobby Baker 
Lewis Battey 
Jack Boardman 
Pierce King 

FOURTH ROW 

Earl HoUingsworth 
B. Willis 
J. B. Gwynn 
Clinton Lee 
James Herrington 




ACTIVITIES 



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Members 



BOTTOM ROW 

(Reading Left to Right) 
Dorothy Lackman 
Ada Frances Davidson 
Ruth Waller 
Allen Cutis 
Elizabeth Howard 
Ermine Cater 
Betty Parr 
Amelia Craig 
Edna Harrell 
Viyienne O'Byrne 
Joyce La"wrence 
Valerie Mandt 
Nancy Florence 
Ann Stulb 



SECOND ROW 

O'Neil Cave 
Harry Parrish 
Bill Kitchens 
M. Kreisburg 
Tom Baker 
Dan McFaden 
George Rhodes 
Lew?is Newman 
Jack Fortune 
Billy Powers 
Jimmie Lee 
Milburn Ratteree 
E. Avery 
Tom Boeckman 
Billy Calhoun 
Jimmie Young 
W. L. Ratteree 
Charles Fortune 
Joe Ogilvie 
Clinton Lee 
Lum Yee 



THIRD ROW 

Preston Towns 
C. Strother 
Herman Popkin 
Bill Jakes 
Jack Jordan 
Bill Kennedy 
Guyton Thompson 
P. Moody 
H. Baker 
T. Gleason 
P. Robinson 
Charles Whaley 
Louis Ross 
J. Epps 
Earl Waller 
Allen Morris 
O. B. Verdery 
"Sixty" Johnson 
G. L. Hardy 
M. McNair 



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ACTIVITIES 




J. C. A. Literary Society 



Officers 



FIRST TERM 






SECOND TERM 


Deno Thevaos . ... 


President Lecline 


Black 


President 


William Kennedy 


Vice-President Ruth Waller 


Vice-President 


Helen Boardman 


Secretary Nancy 


-LORENCE Secretary 


Ruth Waller .... 


Treasurer Deno Thevaos 


Treasurer 


Mr. Vernon Maddox 






Faculty Adviser 




Members 




Florence Anderson 


Nancy Florence 




Evelyn Oglesbee 


Sara Bailey 


Mary Hill 




Harry Popkin 


Mary Barnes 


Marvin HoUey 




Herman Popkin 


Fannie Battey 


Charles Houston 




Hattie Mina Reid 


Helen Boardman 


Jimmy Hungerpillar 




Camilla Rutherford 


Margaret Broome 


Lorene Jenny 




Evelyn Short 


Alva Cooper 


Jesse Jones 




Ann Stulb 


Martha Cooper 


Bill Kennedy 




Margaret Twiggs 


Annabel Corley 


1. C. Levy 




Deno Thevaos 


Ann Cotter 


Mary McAuliffe 




Sam Tyson 


Carolyn Creson 


Robert McLarty 




Ruth V/aller 


Ada Frances Davidson 


Elizabeth Maddox 




Avice Wells 


Frank Durst 


Elizabeth Marsh 




Betty White 


Cecile Fielder 


Betty Mcran 

















ACTIVITIES 




Freshman Literary Society 



FIRST SEMESTER OFFFICERS 

Rudolph Chaney President 

Jack Stringer ... 1st Vice-President 
Steve Mulherin . . 2nd Vice-President 

Frank Inman Secretary 

Tony Gavalas Treasurer 

Marvin Ivey .... Sergeant-at-Arms 
Faculty Adviser 



SECOND SEMESTER OFFICERS 

Hubert King President 

Brian Mulherin . . . 1st Vice-President 
Cassius Clay . . . 2nd Vice-President 

Frank Inman Secretary 

Allston Bailie Treasurer 

Francis Dales . . . Sergeant-at-Arms 
Mr. Du Puis 



Charles AUgood 
Allston Bailie 
Arthur Bell 
George Bell 
Jack Black 
Manuel Blanos 
Bill Bush 
Lyman Buttolph 
Henry Carter 
Wayland Cato 
Ralph Chaney 
Rudolph Chaney 
Cassius Clay 
Bernard Collins 
Teddy Conlon 
Gilbert Cox 
Francis Dales 
Walter Duna^Aray 
Oliver Elliott 
Nick Gavalas 
Tony Gavalas 
Spann H. Greene 
Spann J. Greene 
Frank Inman 
Marvin Ivey 
Willie Girardot 



Walter Jor.es 
Hubert King 
Jean Levy 
Guy Leviris 
Jerry Marsh 
Otto Marshall 
John Miller 
Douglas Morgan 
Brian Mulherin 
Steve Mulherin 
Ben Popkin 
Leonard Pov^rell 
Clarence Prather 
Brennan Purkall 
E. C. Sheridan 
Bob Sherman 
J. A. Smith 
Morris Steinberg 
David Stevens 
Jack Stringer 
George Stulb 
Woodrow Turner 
Bernard Wolff 
Leroy Wood 
Theron Woodv^ard 



ACTIVITIES 











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I life 

Alpha Lambda Sigma 

Officers 

EUGENE GOETCHIUS PRESIDENT 

BILLY COCHRANE VICE-PRESIDENT 

MILLEDGE PETERSON SECRETARY 

Members 

Eugene Goetchius James Lazenby 

Jack Hains Jack Ouzts 

Claude Hill Milledge Peterson 

Billy Cochrane Leslie Youngblood 





ACTIVITIES 




Musketeer Staff 

JUNIOR COLLEGE OF AUGUSTA (1st Term) ACADEMY OF RICHMOND COUNTY 

Lenora Brown Literary Editor James Lazenby Literary Editor 

Ada Frances Davidson . . Associate Editor Paul Bajley Managing Editor 

Camilla Rutherford . . . Exchanges Bland Goodwin .... Associate Editor 

Randolph Jones i Alex Barrett .... Business Manager 

> Sports 

Allen Cutts | Contributors: — Eugene Goetchius, Leslie 

Harry Popkin Managing Editor Ycungblood, J. W. Cochrane. 

Sam Tyson Business Manager FACULTY ADVISERS 

Contributors — Martha Cooper, Hubert Craw- g. m. scott g. h. ridgway 

ford, Joe Lansdell, Deno Thevaos, Jane Paquette a. g. owens f. m. harriss 



ACTIVITIES 




A. R. C.-J. C. A. Orchestra 

MR. D. M. LINCUL, Director 



Members 



BOTTOM ROW 


SECOND ROW 


(Reading Left to Right) 


(Reading Left to Right) 


Mr. Lincul 


L. Griffin 


Elizabeth Marsh 


C. Battle 


Evelyn Scoggins 


J. Curtis 


Mary MuUlns 


THIRD ROW 


B. Saye 


(Reading Left to Right) 


W. M. Brandenburg 


B. Stevens 


M. Blanos 


H. Cloud 



ACTIVITIES 




Glee Club 



Officers 

PRESIDENT CAROLYN CRESON 

VICE-PRESIDENT JIMMIE HUNGERPILLAR 

SECRETARY FRED SCOTT 

PUBLICITY MANAGER DOROTHY LAZENBY 

FACULTY ADVISERS .... MR. GALLOWAY, MR. READ, MR. ANDERSON 



Members 



BOTTOM ROW 

(Reading Left to Right) 

Bette Farr 
Lamkin, Elizabeth 
Mary Barnes 
Helen Boardman 
Martha Cooper 
Cecile Fielder 
Betty Moran 
Carolyn Creson 

SECOND ROW 
Ermine Cater 
Ann Cotter 
Elizabeth Marsh 
Camilla Rutherford 
Evelyn Short 
Dorothy Lazenby 



THIRD ROW 
Amelia Craig 
Sarah Bolga 
Martha Bailie 
Jessie Jones 
Avice Wells 
Eugene Goetchius 

FOURTH ROW 
Robert Mahoney 
J. W. Young 
Ada Frances Davidson 
Dorothy Lackman 
Ruth Waller 

FIFTH ROW 
Dick Elliott 
Leon Simon 
Marvin Kelly 
Robert Murray 
Charles Farr 



SIXTH ROW 

Clarence Irwin 
Herman Popkin 
W. J. Duna'way 
Howard Kennedy 
Fred Scott 
Peddy Smolen 
Jimmy Hungerpillar 
Fred Pember 
Mr. Galloway 

SEVENTH ROW 

Harry Mobley 
Philip Wilheit 
Alva Cooper 
Alex Doremus 



ACTIVITIES 



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J. C. A. Debate Team 



Faculty Adviser 




Mr Galloway 


Manager 


Members 


Fred Scott 


Robert McLarty 




Dan McFaden 


Marvin HoUey 




Sam Tyson 


Jimmy Hungerpillar 




Robert Gracey 



ACTIVITIES 




Academy Debating Team 



AFFIRMATIVE 

James Lazenby 
Theodore Balk 
G. Eell, Alternate 
Faculty Adviser 



iMEGATIVE 

Eugene Goetchius 

Rcbley Cook 

Paul Bailey, Alternate 

Mr. Sutton 



ACTIVITIES 




Stamp Club 

Officers 

LESLIE YOUNGBLOOD PRESIDENT 

EUGENE GOETGHIUS VICE-PRESIDENT 

MOSE MURPHEY SECRETARY 

MAC HAYNIE TREASURER 

Members 

READING LEFT TO RIGHT , NOT IN PICTURE 



Bailey, P. 


Hill, C. 


Youngblood, L. 


Rusch, W. 


Murphey, M. 


Deas, T. 


Fleming, T. 


Hochmuth, M. 


Goetchius, E. 


Mcintosh, H. 


Horton, L. 


Reiser, W. 


Calhoun, W. 


Glover, J. 


Haynie, M. 


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ACTIVITIES 




Teachers Club 



Officers 

PRESIDENT SARAH DUNAWAY 

VICE-PRESIDENT VIRGINIA HALLMAN 

SECRETARY-TREASURER MILDRED McCLENDON 

Members 

Cecelia Bryngleson Sara Morgan 

Grace Cheek Lillian McElmurray 

Mildred Davis Ola Read 

BelvQ Dickson Julia Richards 

Sarah Dunoway Frances Roper 

Evelyn Fulcher Mary Louise Toole 

Virginia Hallman Irene Weathers 

Mary Hightower Margaret Hall 

Jane Loflin Margaret Walters 
Mildred McClendon 



ACTIVITIES 




Chemistry Club 



Members 



BOTTOM ROW 
(Reading Left to Right) 

Fannie Battey 
Vivian Foster 
Evelyn Short 
Lorlne Jenny 
Sara Bolga 
Mary Barnes 
Helen Boardman 

SECOND ROW 
(Reading Left to Right) 

Gordon Martin 
Harry Popkin 
Jimmie Elixson 
Ruth Waller 
J. W. Salley 
Leon Simon 



THIRD ROW 
(Reading Left to Right) 
Gordon Kelly 
Robert Newton 
Herbert Stelling 
Max HiU 
Abe Weinstein 

FOURTH ROW 
:Reading Left to Right) 

W. L. Fletcher 
T. L. Howard 
AI Redd 
Harry Mobley 
Philip Wilheit 



Facitlty Adviser 



Mr. Scruggs 



ACTIVITIES 




NORTHWEST VIEW OF RICHMOND ACADEMY 



The Annual Staff Takes This Opportunity to Express Its Grateful Appreciation 
to the Following Doctors Who Have Helped Make This Year Book Possible. 



M. P. AGEE, M. D. 

B. S. AGOOS, D. D. S. 

R. E. ANDERSON, D. D. S. 

C. R. BATTEY, M. D. 
W. W. BATTEY, M. D. 
G. T. BERNARD, M. D. 
T. P. BROWN, M. D. 
R. I. BRYSON, M. D. 

J. F. BURDASHAW, M. D. 
J. H. BUTLER, M. D. 
R. H. CALHOUN, D. D. S. 
R. H. CHANEY, M. D. 
W. E. CLARK, D. D. S. 
W. J. CRANSTON, M. D. 
A. A. DAVIDSON, M. D. 
S. W. FENNELL, D. D. S. 
H. W. HANKINSON, D. D. S. 
L. P. HOLMES, M. D. 
LEE AND WEEKS, M. D.'s 
M. S. LEVY, M. D. 



S. I. LEWIS, M. D. 
J. E. MARRIOTT, D. D. S. 
W. E. MATTHEWS, M, D. 
J. Z. McDANIEL, M. D. 
R. C. McGAHEE, M. D. 
H. M. MICHEL, M. D. 
F. X. MULHERIN, M. D. 
W. A. MULHERIN, M. D. 
W. K. PHILPOT, M. D. 
J. S. PLAXCO/ D. D. S 

F. K. RABB, D. D. S. 
J. V. ROULE, M. D. 
D. M. SILVER, M. D. 
A. H. STEVENS, M. D. 
C. E. TESSIER, M. D. 

L. P. TESSIER, M. D. 
A. C. WADE, M. D. 

G. M. WOODBURY, D. D. S. 
J. R. VIDLER, D. S. C. 




The Staff of the 1937 "Rainbow" takes this 
opportunity bo request that, in scanning our snap- 
shot section, you note the business houses that 
have made our work possible. Patronize them when- 



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STEVENS ENE RAVED 



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Johnson, Lane, Space, & Company Inc. 

INVESTMENT SECURITIES 
733 Broad Street Telephones 3047-3048 



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GRAVES FURNITURE CO., Inc. 

COMPLETE HOUSE FURNISHINGS 
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TERMS IF DESIRED 
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SMART APPAREL 
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MILLINERY- 
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Phone 2886 

HIDES SKINS TALLOW 

SCRAP IRON AND METALS 



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821 BROAD STREET 
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BRoabs anil ^efctEUiiEs 

RICHMOND COUiNTY, GA. 



Edwin C. Merlins 
James M. Wooddall 



Frank R. Miles 
Frank H. Hooper 



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PHONE 4268 



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740 Broad Street 



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Our most valuable asset is the goodwill of our customers and 
the physicians we serve. A feeling of confidence inspired by the 
knowledge that prescriptions and orders will be filled completely 
and without substitution. Drug stores listed here are striving 
continuously to maintain and exceed the standards that are re- 
guired to merit a contmuance of this valuable asset. May we be 
of service to you? 



DAVENPORT & EDMUND'S DRUG CO. 

502 Broad Street 

Phone 1197 

PIANSBERGER'S DRUG STORE 

990 Broad Street 

Phone 2667 

KINGS WAY PHARMACY, INC. 

2107 Kings Way 

Phone 7678 

KNIGHT'S PHARMACY 

1203 Troupe Street 

Phone 6323 

LEWIS & OLIVE DRUG CO. 

1002 Broad Street 

Phone 1774 



MARKS DRUG COMPANY 

1298 Broad Street 

Phonei 633 

MEYER & SMITH DRUG CO. 

726 Broad Street 

Phone 4077 

PURVIS DRUG COMPANY 

1268 Broad Street 

Phone 2377 

WATSON'S DRUG STORE 

1498 Walton Way 

Phone 43 

YOUNGBLOOD'S DRUG STORE 

608 Broad Street 

Phone 618 



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